A 440-acre fire that burned down a house in Robie Creek and threatened up to 100 others at Wilderness Ranch is expected to be fully contained by Tuesday, according to fire officials. The fire, which officials say was intentionally set on Sept. 17, is currently 95 percent contained.
All evacuation orders have been lifted and road closures have been removed, but the public is urged to avoid unnecessary travel on Robie Creek and Wilderness Ranch access roads until the fire is out.
Cooler temperatures and light rain in the mountains is expected to aid firefighters working to put out hot spots. Three hand crews and six engines were working Sunday.