Firefighters make progress on the Woolsey Fire burning in Southern California.
The Woolsey Fire burning in Southern California has now burned 96,949 acres and is 94 percent contained.
Cal Fire released the latest numbers Monday morning.
Three deaths are being attributed to the fire since breaking out Thursday, Nov. 8 in Ventura County.
15,000 buildings have been destroyed and another 341 damaged.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Fire officials say they expect full containment of the fire on Thursday.