The Rim Fire near and in Yosemite National Park has now burned 235,841 acres, about 369 square miles, and is now 75% contained, Cal Fire reports Tuesday morning. It remains the 4th largest wildfire in California history.
Evacuations remain in effect and 4,500 residences are threatened for the fire, which is burning northeast of Groveland.
Another Sierra blaze near the central San Joaquin Valley, the Fish fire northeast of Porterville, is 90% contained after consuming 2,060 acres.
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