ELDORADO NATIONAL FOREST (CBS13) — Six months and one day after it started, the Fork Fire burning in the Eldorado National Forest is officially out.

The fire started on September 8 and torched more than 1,670 acres in a remote area north-east of Pollock Pines.

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Forest officials say suppression repair will continue throughout the 2021 field season.

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When it first started, the flames briefly forced evacuations in the area, impacting approximately 600 people.

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No injuries were reported in the wildfire. No cause has been released.