CAL FIRE says the deadly wildfire burning on the California-Oregon state line is now 98% contained. The 38,008-acre blaze started last Thursday near the community of Hornbrook.

The fire, one of many in the drought-ridden U.S. West, killed one person in their home and destroyed 82 structures.

It also injured three firefighters, including one who had severe burns to his face and had to be hospitalized.

CAL FIRE says the firefighter was released Sunday from UC Davis hospital burn center in California.

It jumped into Oregon over the weekend.

California Gov. Jerry Brown previously declared a state of emergency, citing "extreme peril" to people and property.

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