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"Eagle Fire" Out In Rural NE San Diego County

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CAL FIRE continues to extinguish hot spots Monday after declaring the "Eagle Fire" contained over the weekend.

The blaze burned about 14,100 acres in remote, rugged northeastern San Diego County.

That fire was started by an arsonist July 21 near Warner Springs. At one point, more than 2,000 firefighters helped fight the flames. .

Cal Fire has spent about $15.4 million battling the fire.

Eighteen firefighters have been injured in the blaze and one outbuilding has been destroyed, Cal Fire reported.

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