Public Information Officer Noel Hardin said the fire was a difficult one for crews to tackle because of the steep terrain and road-less brush. The land was made up of private property, Washington Department of Natural Resource land, and Bureau of Land Management properties. Hardin said no structures were threatened at any time.
"You might see some smoke in the middle of it but it really shouldn't be going anywhere," said Hardin. "They're flying over it looking for hot spots with infrared devices and making sure the perimeter is sealed up."
Hardin said all fire restrictions are still in place for Asotin County with no burning or campfires. Only approved barbecue's can be used until further notice.