Fire crews in California continue to get a handle on the flames that have destroyed 50 homes near Malibu.
Fire trucks can still be seen up and down the Pacific Coast Highway, but the signs of the wildfire are diminishing.
The blaze that's burned more than 47-hundred acres is about 40 percent contained and crews expect full containment by Tuesday.
Up to 14,000 people were evacuated at the height of the wildfire and parts of the area still remain under mandatory evacuation.
Only seven minor injuries have been reported.
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