YUBA COUNTY, Calif. (KCRA) —
Crews have managed to increase containment Thursday morning for four wildfires burning in Yuba, Nevada and Butte counties.
The Cascade Fire in Yuba County, which is responsible for two deaths, was downgraded to 10,171 acres burned, and firefighters increased containment to 45 percent, as of 6 a.m., according to Cal Fire.
Another major fire near Rough and Ready in Nevada County, called the Lobo Fire, stood at 829 acres and 52 percent contained.
The four fires, compiled into the Wind Complex, also included the 6,000-acre LaPorte Fire in Butte County, which was 25 percent contained at 6 a.m. Thursday, and the McCourtney Fire in Nevada County, which stood at 76 acres and 89 percent contained.
In total, the Wind Complex has burned 17,435 acres and has left 111 homes and two commercial structures destroyed, in addition to 104 outbuildings. Five additional homes are damaged.
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