Firefighters have fully contained an eleven-hundred-acre wildfire that burned very close to homes yesterday in southeastern Orange County. It was potentially the most dangerous of wildfires that have burned more than 72-hundred acres in the region since the weekend. The only home lost to the fires was in a tiny blaze in Riverside County. That four-acre blaze is now fully contained. The largest fire burned nearly five-thousand acres in Angeles National Forest north of Los Angeles. It is now 80 percent contained.