MOUNT BALDY VILLAGE, Calif. --
The 490-acre wildfire on Mount Baldy is fully contained Monday morning.
The so-called Bighorn Fire broke out in San Bernardino County at about 4:30 a.m. last Tuesday, then burned west into Los Angeles County.
No buildings were lost, and no injuries have been reported.
All existing road closures were lifted Monday morning, but the Bear Canyon Trail will remain closed from the trailhead in Mount Baldy Village north to Mount San Antonio until further notice.
The blaze has cost $2.6 million to fight so far.
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