The U.S. Forest Service says the 459,123-acre Mendocino Complex is finally fully contained after sparking on July 27th. 

Throughout the remainder of the week, crews will continue to monitor fire activity and repair fire lines on the Ranch Fire. The Forest Service says there are 22 miles of fireline to repair.

They said 157 homes were destroyed, along with 123 other structures. Thirteen other residences and 24 other structures were damaged.

Three firefighters were injured in the blaze and one lost his life. Battalion Chief Matthew Burchett was struck by falling tree debris on August 13th after an air tanker completed a drop.

The Ranch Fire is located northeast of Ukiah while the River Fire is northeast of Hopland. 

The cause of the fires remain under investigation.