Fire crews now have 75% containment on Roosevelt Fire, Has burned over 61,000 acres

Fire crews continue to make progress on the Roosevelt Fire, burning in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

The fire has been burning since September 15th and has covered over 61,000 acres. 55 structures are confirmed as total losses at this point, and 3 people have been injured.


There are over 800 firefighters still working on the blaze.

As of Tuesday, October 2nd, the fire is listed as 75% contained, and the area is expected to see significant moisture over the next few days, including up to half an inch of rain Tuesday.