(AP) -- Officials say evacuation orders have been lifted or are expected to be lifted for the Eiler, Bald and French fires.
State fire spokeswoman Lynne Polmachoff says the evacuation for residents who live in about a dozen homes near the Bald Fire was lifted Tuesday afternoon.
The evacuation comes after the U.S. Forest Service says the containment for the fire rose to 68 percent. The Bald Fire has already burned 39,926 acres in the Lassen National Forest.
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Meanwhile, evacuation orders, road closures and advisories have also been lifted for the Eiler Fire and Highway 89 between highways 299 and 44 will be open to residents with identification. That fire, also burning in the Lassen National Forest has burned 31,085 acres and is 35 percent contained.
Meanwhile, evacuation orders will also be lifted at 9 a.m. for residents affected by the French Fire, which is burning in the Sierra National Forest. This fire, caused by an abandoned camp fire, has charred 13,835 acres and is 60 percent contained.
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