Nearly 200 fire personnel are continuing to battle a wildfire off US Highway 96 near Seiad and have completed a fire break around it as of Thursday morning.
Officials lowered the estimated size of the fire that began the afternoon of Tuesday, June 23, from 225 acres to 159 acres, according to a Klamath National Forest press release.
Ray Torres, Deputy District Ranger of the Happy Camp Ranger District, said “things are looking good today. We should continue releasing crews and equipment today if the wind stays down."
Klamath National Forest spokesperson Don Ferguson said Thursday morning that the fire is not yet considered to be 100 percent contained. "It's not considered 100 percent contained until there is no chance of it breaking the line," Feguson said. "There is still a chance."
Officials estimate the fire will be controlled by the evening of June 27.
Resources assigned to the fire as of Thursday afternoon include: 8 firefighter crews, 15 engines, and 3 water tenders, according to a press release. Six helicopters were dropping water on hot spots that threaten the containment line.
Most of the fire personnel are hot shot crews from throughout northern California, Ferguson said.
One-way guided traffic with a pilot car is continuing on Hwy 96 in the area.
An investigation into the cause of the fire is also continuing. 
Power has been interrupted to about 15 homes in the area due to active fire near power lines, but the Forest Service says no structures in the area have been threatened.
The fire has been burning in heavy timber and brush on steep slopes. Motorists are urged to exercise extreme caution.