Evacuation orders have been lifted for residents in Mariposa County as firefighters get a better hold on the Hunters Fire.
Residents were told last night that they were allowed back to their homes.
The wildfire has burned just more than 670 acres, down from 1,300 acres originally reported by Cal Fire yesterday.
Daniel Berlant with Cal Fire says the change in size was because of GPS mapping of the area.
So far, the Hunters Fire has only burned two structures and is about 40 percent contained.
Two firefighters suffered minor injuries and an inmate firefighter sustained a moderate injury while using a chain saw.
Officials are saying this brushfire started Monday as a structure fire.
And with Sacramento included under the Red Flag warning, fire officials are reminding people to be careful when working with machinery outside, because like Cal Fire has been saying, one less spark is one less wildfire.