A firefighter was killed and another injured Monday battling a wildfire in the Northern California forest, authorities said.
The firefighter was killed in Mendocino National Forest north of San Francisco, where a wildfire that started on Aug. 17 was 24% contained, according to a statement from the U.S. Forest Service.
No other details were immediately available.
The August Complex Fire, which initially consisted of 37 separate fires, has burned 349,565 acres, fire officials said.
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The Creek Fire in the area of Covelo, Highway 162 and Short Creek Road burned a total of 820 acres and destroyed two structures, Cal Fire said. As of Aug. 21, it was fully contained.
The 3-19 Fire along Burris Lane in Potter Valley scorched 62 acres and destroyed one structure. It is 100% contained, according to Cal Fire.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.