'Reche Fire' in Moreno Valley fully contained

Fire crews in Moreno Valley have fully contained another of the four large wildfires that sparked last week as a prevailing heat wave continues to bake Southern California. 

The Riverside County Fire Department and Cal Fire responded to a call in the 9400 block of Reche Canyon Road around 1 p.m. Friday, July 14. In total, three fires broke out in Riverside County that afternoon. 

The fire burned for exactly one week, scorching 437 acres in the process. But on Friday, July 21, Cal Fire that the Reche Fire had been fully contained. 



All evacuations have since been lifted, according to Cal Fire.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.