Spring Fire Contained, No More Smoke Expected

Staff Writer

The Spring Fire on the Sierra National Forest near Lake Thomas Edison is mostly contained as of July 19 and is at about 176 acres, according to a spokeswoman with the forest. Little to no smoke is expected from the fire, after several days of light smoke drifting over the Sierra crest and into Eastern Sierra communities. The fire was burning mostly in wilderness but was still suppressed with all available resources, according to Iveth Hernandez, due to the the extreme fire danger of current conditions, which includes single digit humidity and record high temperatures.