Active Spots Still Burning on Dollar Ridge Fire; No Structures in Danger

The dangerous intensity of the Dollar Ridge Fire has passed but crews continue to work on spots of active burning that are on U.S. Forest Service land. According to Incident Commander Mike Bertagnolli, the fire is now considered 90 percent contained which is a downward adjustment of containment percentage. This is due to fire growth in an area west of Timber Canyon between Pine Hollow and Jackson Hollow, shares Bertagnolli. There are 91 personnel assigned to the Dollar Ridge Fire at this time. The road in Timber Canyon remains closed at the U.S. Forest Service boundary. Do not travel past the Forest Service boundary on Timber Canyon Road for your safety. The fire is now estimated to have burned a total of 59,014 acres. No structures are threatened.

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