A wildfire that started in the Sierra National Forest burned 33 acres before being contained Tuesday, Forest Service officials reported.
The Musick fire was reported at 12:30 p.m. Monday in the Jose Basin area west of Shaver Lake. Firefighters were initially concerned with power lines and the dead trees in the area.
Some homes were evacuated as a precaution, but with full containment, residents have been permitted to return to their homes.
Air tankers helped stop the growth of the fire and allowed firefighters on the ground to complete a line around the fire quickly.
The public is reminded that the Sierra National Forest is in fire restrictions. Visitors can only have campfires in designated campgrounds and wilderness areas.