Remains of two people were found in the area where a wildfire destroyed over 360 homes near Colorado Springs. The blaze, which burned for its third day, is the most destructive in Colorado history and is only 5 percent contained. On Thursday, 1,000 houses were ordered evacuated in Black Forest, bringing the number told to leave to around 38,000. Nearby, residents of Colorado Springs were on standby, ready to evacuate if the flames headed toward the state's second-largest city. Last June, just 15 miles away, the Waldo Canyon fire destroyed 347 homes, killing two people and creating $353 million in insurance claims.