By Jennifer McRae

RIO BLANCO COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Containment for the Oil Springs Fire continues to grow. The fire, which has burned 12,613 acres in pinon, juniper and sagebrush, was 58% contained as of Wednesday afternoon.

Oil Springs Fire (credit: Rio Blanco Sheriff)

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The Oil Springs Fire is burning about 20 miles south of Rangely. Highway 139 was reopened over the weekend, but both County Roads 116 and 113 are still closed.

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Oil Springs Fire (credit: Inciweb)

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Engine crews are combining with hand crews to continue making progress on containment with 100% containment estimated for July 3. Lightning caused the fire on June 18.

Jennifer McRae