The Madre fire burning in the mountains above Azusa is "no risk at this point," according to Los Angeles County Fire Department inspector Keith Mora.
As of Friday morning, the fire was 95% contained and firefighters are expecting full containment soon, he added.
"They're pretty much done with mop up," Mora said, adding that all crews need to do is ensure the remaining 5% of lines, which are in rocky terrain, are set.
The 268-acre Madre fire started Monday in San Gabriel Canyon north of Highway 39.
Meanwhile, the Sierra fire in Cajon Pass also appears to be nearing its end and is 80% contained, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
That fire began Tuesday at 3:51 p.m. near Glen Helen Road, the U.S. Forest Service said, and quickly burned through 200 acres.
Officials now expect that fire to be fully contained Saturday.
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