San Diego fire crews worked quickly to contain two fires in the county over the weekend

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Two large fires burning in San Diego County are contained this afternoon after San Diego agencies and fire crews worked hard to make sure they didn’t get too out of control.

The Sawday Fire, which broke out Friday just east of Ramona, is now 98 percent contained with all evacuation orders lifted. The fire burned 100 acres.

The Miller Fire in Valley Center, which also broke out Friday, is now fully contained after burning 37 acres.

Crews remain on high alert as Red Flag Warnings will be in affect from Tuesday through Thursday.



Categories: Local San Diego News, Wildfires