Posted: Jun 21, 2012 10:42 AM by Associated Press
Updated: Jun 21, 2012 11:28 AM
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (AP) - Fire crews are being released from Lake Isabella after containing 95 percent of a 385-acre wildfire that had threatened 160 homes and cabins.
Kern County Fire Engineer Anthony Romero says Thursday that about 150 of 635 firefighters are being kept on front lines mopping up hot spots.
Homes in the area were evacuated Tuesday, but residents were allowed to return Wednesday night. There were no injuries and no structures burned.
Romero says investigators are asking anyone who may have information on the cause of the blaze to call 1-877-FIRE-TIP.
A 995-acre that burned for three days near Campo in San Diego County was 100 percent contained Wednesday night.
The cause of that blaze is still under investigation.
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