The Garza Fire that has burned across western Kings and into Fresno County grew to more than 30,000 acres Thursday.
Containment was at 39 percent, according to a Cal Fire incident report updated through 6:30 p.m..
The blaze ignited Sunday off Tar Canyon Road near Avenal. The cause remains under investigation, and there have been no reported injuries.
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The Schaeffer Fire, meanwhile, ignited by lightning on Sequoia National Forest land in southeast Tulare County, had burned nearly 16,000 acres. Containment was at 42 percent.
Garza and Schaeffer are just two of 13 wildfires burning in California.