UPDATE (7:30 p.m.)- The Woolsey Fire is now 91 percent contained. Acreage remains at 96,949.
The Woolsey Fire burning in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties is at 96,949 acres and 88 percent contained as of Sunday morning according to CAL FIRE.
The fire has killed three people and 1,130 structures have been destroyed.
CAL FIRE said firefighters will continue to mop up and patrol unburned and burned areas adjacent to control lines to prevent any spread.
#WoolseyFire [update] south of Simi Valley (Ventura & Los Angeles Counties) is now 96,949 acres and 88% contained. Unified Command: CAL FIRE, Ventura County Fire, Ventura County Sheriff, LA County Fire, LA City Fire, LA Sheriff, and LAPDhttps://t.co/Uixyavgxu0 pic.twitter.com/ATXj7ELCsH
— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) November 18, 2018
As of now, 85 percent of damage assessment is complete.
Full containment is expected Nov. 22. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
#WoolseyFire *VIDEO UPDATE* for Sunday morning November 18th pic.twitter.com/RCD5ozHf0s
— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) November 18, 2018