After growing to more than 93,000 acres, the Barry Point fire 22 miles west of Lakeview is 100 percent contained, fire officials said in a news release.

After growing to more than 93,000 acres, the Barry Point fire 22 miles west of Lakeview is 100 percent contained, fire officials said in a news release.

Full containment means a fire line has been completed around the fire's edges, and that it is not expected to spread further. Fire crews are still mopping up hot spots just in case winds kick up and threaten to push the flames past the containment line.

No structures were damaged in the blaze, though two injuries were reported. One was a spider bite and the other was a steam injury to a firefighter putting water on a hot spot, officials said.

"We've had a pretty darn good safety record over here, considering the conditions," said Paul Galloway, fire information officer. "Hopefully that will continue."

Closures are still in effect in the Fremont-Winema National Forest at recreation sites, roads and trails in the Yokum Valley, the Fitzwater Point Ranch, Dog Mountain, Long Valley, Drews Valley south of Highway 140, Dent Creek and Barry Point.

Closures in the Modoc National Forest include all roads from the Oregon-California border south to the Big Sage Management Area, west to the 73 Road and east to Goose Lake.

There are 510 firefighters still on scene, including three helicopters, 32 engines, nine water tenders and five dozers.

The fire started Monday, Aug. 6, following a lightning strike.

— Ryan Pfeil