Wildfire near Wenatchee fully contained at 25 acres

A wildfire that threatened multiple homes in Wenatchee on Sunday has been fully contained, according to the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

The fire was contained Monday morning with a final estimated size of 25 acres.

The fire prompted Level 3 Evacuations for multiple homes on the west side of Wenatchee near Number 2 Canyon Road. Those evacuations have since been lifted.

DNR, law enforcement and regional fire units coordinated efforts to swiftly put out the wildfire before it reached neighborhoods.


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