January 26, 2015
After two months, 117 million dollars and countless man-hours, the massive Zaca wildfire is expected to be fully contained Sunday.
The blaze has burned over 240 thousand acres of remote terrain in Los Padres National Forest.
A fire officials says containment is expected by 6 p.m., calling it "great news."
Sparks from equipment being used to repair a water pipe ignited the blaze July 4th.
No homes were damaged.
The only structure destroyed was an outbuilding.
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