Firefighters hope to have Rock Hill wildfire under control by Friday
MANSFIELD, Wash — A wildfire burning near the town of Mansfield in Douglas County has blackened more than 22-hundred acres, but firefighters are getting the upper hand on it.
Authorities say they have roughly 70% of the Rock Hill fire contained and should have it pretty much under control by Friday morning.
So far no one has been hurt in the fire, but two buildings were burned.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.