Progress Made in Rim Fire
Published August 29th, 2013
The huge wildfire in and around Yosemite National Park in California has grown past three-hundred square miles.
Fire officials say they are making significant progress in fighting the blaze.
The fire is now thirty percent contained and cooler temperatures along with lighter winds are helping firefighters.
Crews say they expect to have the wildfire fully surrounded in about three weeks, but it will burn much longer then that.
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