EL JEBEL, Colo. (CBS4) – The Lake Christine Fire has grown slightly after pre-evacuation notices were reinstated for some residents near Basalt on Friday.

Those residents include Missouri Heights, Cedar Drive, Toner Creek, Seven Castles, and Taylor Road.

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The fire grew to 8,800 acres and is 59 percent contained.

On Saturday, officials said firefighters prepped structures in Cattle Creek with fire hoses and sprinkler systems.

(credit: U.S. Forest Service)

The wildfire was sparked on July 3, and destroyed three homes worth millions earlier this month.

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Richard Karl Miller, 23, and Allison Sarah Marcus, 22 face arson charges for allegedly starting the fire. Investigators say they were firing tracer rounds at a shooting range.

Richard Miller and Allison Sarah Marcus (credit: Eagle County)

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