RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. - Firefighters with the U.S. Forest Service and Orange County Fire Authority are continuing to knock down a 530-acre blaze that sparked in the morning of March 2 in the Cleveland National Forest in the Holy Jim trail area near Corona.As of Wednesday, March 30, the fire has been 100% contained.The blaze was reported at 11:20 a.m.
Wednesday, March 2 along Holy Jim Trail, roughly halfway between Lake Elsinore in Riverside County and Trabuco Canyon in Orange County, according to the U.S.
Forest Service.Eight engine crews were being assisted by two air rankers and two water-dropping helicopters.Fire authorities said no evacuation orders were in place and no structures were threatened.
The Jim Fire could be seen from areas in Riverside and Orange counties. Fire authorities in Orange County told residents who could see the smoke column that the fire was not a threat.