The Telegraph fire in Mariposa County was declared 100% contained this morning, nearly two weeks after it was accidentally ignited July 25 by a target shooter.
Latest figures released this morning by Cal Fire officials show the fire burned 34,091 acres (53 square miles); destroyed 30 homes and 100 outbuildings; and ended with 38 injuries -- all minor -- to firefighters.
Cal Fire Capt. Cheryl Goetz said 1,143 firefighters remained deployed on the incident this morning to strengthen and improve fire lines and continue with on-going fire suppression repairs.
The firefighting resources remaining include 22 crews, 61 engines, five tractors and 18 water tenders. During the fire's peak, more than 4,500 firefighters were fighting it.
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The cost to date was estimated at more than $37.6 million.