Fire crews demonstrated the extent of the Slink Fire at night on September 2, as it burned on the California-Nevada border near Coleville.
Late on September 2, the fire was estimated to be at roughly 14,200 acres and was 10 percent contained, according to Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest Service.
Evacuations for the towns of Walker and Coleville have been lifted, and Highway 395 has reopened. National Forest lands in the area have been closed to the public. Credit: Lehi Fire Department via Storyful