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The Holiday Fire in Goleta has destroyed 28 structures total — 13 of which are homes, according to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department.
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As of Sunday morning, the fire had burned about 100 acres and was 80 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. Officials expect full containment by July 11.
The wind-driven blaze, which erupted Friday night in the 1500 block of Holiday Hill Road, initially spread with help from sundowner winds and nearly triple-digit temperatures, prompting both the Santa Barbara County Emergency Manager and Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency.
The Santa Barbara County Fire Department said Sunday afternoon that 13 homes were destroyed and three homes were damaged. An additional 15 buildings, including barns, workshops and sheds, were also destroyed in the fire.
The fire prompted mandatory evacuations for about 2,500 Goleta residents, but officials lifted some of those orders as weather conditions improved and containment increased.
As of 5 p.m. Saturday, about 600 people remained under mandatory evacuation.
No injuries have been reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Noozhawk.com and Tribune reporters Lucas Clark and Andrew Sheeler contributed to this report.