A helicopter helping fight Southern California's Day fire crashed on Sunday.
Officials said the chopper's two pilots were treated for minor injuries and released from a local hospital.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.
Meanwhile, officials said the Day fire, which started on Labor Day, is nearly 87 percent contained and will be fully surrounded on Monday.
The blaze has burned more than 162,000 acres in the Los Padres and Angeles national forests, and is the fifth biggest in the state's history.
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