Containment for the Mineral fire burning west of Coalinga has increased to 35 percent, Cal Fire said Friday evening.
A home and an outbuilding have been destroyed by the fire, which has burned through 7,050 acres. No other structures were damaged or threatened Friday.
The wildfire began about 10:30 p.m. Monday near Highway 198 and Mineral Springs Road, 8 miles west of Coalinga.
More than 1,500 personnel are battling the blaze. The evacuation order for Coalinga Mineral Springs Road was lifted Friday, but only residents with identification will be allowed to enter. Highway 198 was reopened Thursday to all traffic traveling through the fire area.
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The Red Cross Evacuation Center at West Hills College was closed Friday along with the small- and large-animal evacuation center, according to Cal Fire. For assistance with animal control, the public is asked to contact Fresno County Animal Control at 559-233-7722.
No injuries have been reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.