SIERRA COUNTY (CBS13) – A vegetation fire in the Tahoe National Forest burned about 102 acres on Monday, authorities say.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the fire was 100% contained.

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The fire burned north of Flippini Road, north of the community of Sierraville.

Exactly what caused the fire is unclear.

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Crews from the U.S. Forest Service, Cal Fire and Placer County helped in the fire fight.

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Part of Highway 49 was on one-way traffic control in the area due to the fire. The road re-opened around 8:50 p.m. Monday.