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Cocos Fire - San Marcos:
 This fire has burned 1,995 acres and is 93 percent contained as of Tuesday morning. All evacuation orders and road closures were lifted as of 11 a.m. Sunday, according to the City of San Marcos.
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Pulgas Fire - Camp Pendleton: The Las Pulgas Fire that was first reported at 3:15 p.m. Thursday has burned 15,000 acres and is 75 percent contained, according to the latest update from Camp Pendleton.
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San Mateo Fire - Camp Pendleton: The San Mateo Fire that was reported at 11:24 a.m. Friday has burned 1,500 acres and is 97 percent contained, according to the latest update from Camp Pendleton. 
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Tomahawk Fire - Camp Pendleton: The Tomahawk Fire that started Wednesday has burned 5,400 acres and is now 100 percent contained, according to the latest update from Camp Pendleton.
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Poinsettia Fire - Carlsbad: This fire has burned 600 acres. Carlsbad fire officials are reporting the Poinsetta Fire is 100 percent contained.
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Bernardo Fire: This fire has burned 1,548 acres and is now 100 percent contained.  
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