The Fish Fire that has burned 2,060 acres in the Sequoia National Forest, east of Porterville, is now 75% contained, the U.S. Forest Service said on Sunday morning.
A total of 365 fire personnel, five helicopters, seven hotshot crews and one hand crew worked on the fire, which was discovered Aug. 23 and started by lightning.
Some crews are expected to remain on the fire this week to contain the last uncontrolled sections in steep, rocky terrain. Other firefighters have been sent to the Windy Fire, which started on the Tule River Indian Reservation on Saturday afternoon.
A portion of the Golden Trout Wilderness remains closed for public safety.
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