STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. — The Reservation Field Fire in Stevens County has been fully contained after burning 28.5 acres, according to Spokane Tribe of Indians officials.

A Level 1 evacuation notice was cancelled Sunday evening for Reservation Road, Johnny Walker Way, South Cemetary Road and Sanctuary Way.

The fire is being driven by the wind in the area of the 4700 block of Reservation Road, according to the Stevens County Sheriff's Office.

Crews told KREM 2's Brandon Jones the fire is burning 26 acres as of Sunday afternoon and firefighters have it 30 percent contained. 

There has been no information released about possible cause or the type of fuel burning.

Authorities said they were mopping up the fire as of Sunday evening. 

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