MANZANO, N.M. (AP) -- Fire crews in central New Mexico are
getting a break from the windy weather that has been fueling a
wildfire that's destroyed at least nine homes.
Officials say the fire has destroyed nine outbuildings and two
recreational vehicles. Officials could not say whether anyone had
been living in the homes. No injuries have been reported.
Officials say the blaze has covered nearly 6.5 square miles, and
is nearly 30 percent contained.
A voluntary evacuation notice for two communities have also been
lifted. Officials had urged people to leave about 130 homes around
the towns as the fire doubled in size, but few people left.
The cause of the blaze had not been determined, but authorities
say they are "quite confident it was human-caused."