The massive SCU Lightning Complex Fire burning in seven counties, including three in the Bay Area, has charred 396,624 acres and is 98% contained, Cal Fire said Sunday. No structures are currently threatened.
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The fires making up the SCU Lightning Complex are located in Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced and San Benito counties, Cal Fire said.
As a whole, the SCU Lightning Complex is the second-largest wildfire in California's recorded history.
At least 136 structures have been destroyed, according to Cal Fire reports.
No deaths have been reported, but five people — three first responders and two civilians — have suffered injuries, Cal Fire said.
Cal Fire said the causes of the fires in the complex remain under investigation.
The agency opened a new incident information line for the fire. For the latest information, call 916-618-3195 or 669-247-7431.
Full containment is expected Saturday, Cal Fire said Wednesday.
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