The fire, which was started July 15 by an electrical equipment failure on private property, destroyed seven homes and a total of 23 structures, KCAL-TV, Los Angeles, reported.
The fire burned in mountainous terrain with much of the area unreachable by road. That slowed the firefighting effort.
The estimated cost of fighting the fire is more than $25.8 million.
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