The Way Fire is now 96 percent contained, but the battle continues for these firefighters.
The crews, which have been battling the fire from the ground and air, now have to keep an eye on the impacted areas to make sure there are no flare ups.
In total, nine homes have been destroyed and two others damaged in Wofford Heights. The fire damaged more than 4,000 acres and has cost more than $6 million in damage.
The Forest Service said Kern County will be in fire season until mid November.
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6-car crash causes Monday morning commute delays
A six-car crash was jamming traffic on the southbound Hwy 99 just north of Panama Lane Monday morning.
Blue lights on sale at Kern Co. Bridal Assoc.
You can show your support for the Officer David Nelson Fund and the Bakersfield Police Department with a purchase of a blue light.
Story of the American dream here in Bakersfield
For many of us, being an American is something we were simply born into. But for Jolanta Baranowski the struggle to get…