BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — The search for Edna Nadine Turnbull's remains is continuing. The 91-year-old Superior resident is the only person still unaccounted for after the Dec. 30 Marshall Fire in Boulder County.
On Jan. 19, Boulder County officials said they recovered bone fragments at Turnbull's property. Officials said after being told to evacuate, Turnbull entered her home to try to save her dogs. Scientific testing is underway to determine if the bone fragments are human, but that process can take months.
"We remain committed to seeking answers and closure for the Turnbull family," officials said in a news release.
The latest numbers from damage assessments show the Marshall Fire destroyed 1,084 homes in Boulder County. And the total countywide actual value of residential damage is estimated to be $513,212,589.
- Louisville: 550 structures destroyed, 43 damaged; actual value of residential damage is approximately $229,199,184
- Superior: 378 structures destroyed, 58 damaged; actual value of residential damage is approximately $152,757,462
- Unincorporated Boulder County: 156 structures destroyed, 48 damaged; actual value of residential damage is approximately $131,255,944
In total, 1,084 homes were destroyed and 149 were damaged. Seven commercial buildings were destroyed and another 30 damaged.
Boulder County, City of Louisville, and the Town of Superior have updated the list of impacted properties, which can be found here. You can also find properties that were in the burn area with this searchable map below.