The Apple Fire has grown to 33,424 acres and is 95 percent contained, according to San Bernardino National Forest incident page.
The fire is still burning in Cherry Valley in San Bernardino County.
"The Apple Fire was started in Cherry Valley CA on July 31, 2020, due to a malfunctioning diesel vehicle. Due to dry vegetation and southwest winds, the wildfire quickly spread, eventually causing evacuations and reaching 33,424 acres total. At the height of the fire, over 2,800 personnel responded and assisted on the incident," the incident page said.
The cause of the Apple Fire was determined last week, according to the Riverside County Fire Department and CAL Fire.