UPDATE 4:30 p.m.: Pulaski County Emergency Management officials have released their final report on the wildfire that crews have been battling since Saturday.

Crews were able to contain the fire even in adverse conditions

By sunset, all resources will be released from the fire, they say.

No homes or structures were threatened and no firefighters were injured; however, they say two civilians were burned at the onset of the fire.

Both were taken to the hospital. One has been released while the other remains in the hospital with undisclosed injuries.

They say the fire was started accidentally by an ATV.



UPDATE 10 a.m.: During the overnight hours, crews battling a wildfire in Pulaski County say that there was no additional growth that took place.

Pulaski County Emergency Management says there are still hotspots in the area of the fire.

During the day, crews will continue to mitigate the threats and improve the control lines around the fire.

Due to gusty winds, there is a threat for the spread of this fire during the afternoon before winds subside on Sunday night.



PULASKI COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Crews are battling a wildfire in Pulaski County.

On Saturday night, the Pulaski County Emergency Management said the fire was in a remote section of the county between Hogans Dam and Bryant Lane.

They say the terrain is steep but crews are continuing to remain on the scene to battle the fire.

Crews are expecting to have additional resources arriving Sunday morning to help battle the blaze which, at last report, was listed at around five acres.

They expect smoke to be visible in the area throughout the day on Sunday.