Nearly 200 firefighters battling a blaze on California’s Central Coast had to be treated for poison oak.
Firefighters are battling a three-acre vegetation fire Tuesday afternoon in Walnut Creek near the Lime Ridge Open Space, a Cal Fire spokesman said.
The Jerusalem Fire that burned more than 25,000 acres in Lake County and the northern tip of Napa County was fully contained by Monday evening, Cal Fire officials said.
A new fire in Lake County has now burned through 215 acres of vegetation.
As of Sunday morning, firefighters say the blaze has been fully contained.
With some help from cooler temperatures, firefighters are making progress on both blazes.
A grass fire that has burned 2,500 acres in Alameda County east of Livermore was 70 percent contained as of Friday morning, according to Cal Fire.
A fast-moving grass fire burning east of Livermore has quickly grown to 2,500 acres Wednesday evening, according to Cal Fire, and firefighters have it 5 percent contained.
Fire and the plague have made getting to and around Yosemite National Park difficult for summer campers.
San Rafael police and fire officials say a two-alarm brush fire near Northgate Mall that threatened an office building Friday evening is considered suspicious.