A fire that started on Interstate 84 near Mountain Home and burned about 380 acres was contained Saturday, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
The fire was called in at about 2:40 p.m. and BLM, Glenns Ferry Fire Department and Elmore County Sheriff responded to the blaze, according to Elmore County Dispatch.
The grass fire was ignited by a vehicle fire, according to BLM.
Crews used four engines, two bulldozers, one water tender, air attack, three air tankers and a helicopter to fight the fire. The fire is expected to be controlled by Sunday night, according to BLM.
Fire crews are still battling fire across southern Idaho.
A fire that sparked off of Highway 52 on Thursday and is burned nearly 11,000 acres was contained by 9 p.m. Saturday. The fire is expected to be controlled by Sunday evening, according to BLM.
The North Pen fire was called in around 12:30 p.m. Saturday near Pleasant Valley Road and Ten Mile Road. Crews are mopping up the blaze and expect to contain the 14-acre blaze by 6 p.m.. Saturday, according to BLM.