SONOMA COUNTY (KRON) – The Kincade Fire is now 100-percent contained, according to Cal Fire officials.
Cal Fire released their final incident report on Wednesday night stating that the fire destroyed a total of 374 structures, 174 of which were homes.
60 other structures were damaged, which included 35 homes.
The Kincade Fire broke out on Oct. 23 and burned a total of 77,758 acres.
Four first responders were injured while fighting the blaze.
There have been no fatalities reported.
Firefighters were able to reach full containment a day sooner than officials had expected.
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