GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A firefighter who suffered minor burns on an Oregon range fire after crawling into her emergency shelter is a member of the Zuni Interagency Hotshots from New Mexico.
U.S. Bureau of Land Management spokesman Michael Campbell said Tuesday that the woman -- whose name has been withheld at her request -- is a U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs employee.
Fire officials say the crew was digging fire line Sunday evening on the Holloway Fire in southeastern Oregon when flames blew over their position. The rest of the 20-person crew made it to a safety zone, but the woman got separated. She was treated for minor burns and smoke inhalation.
Meanwhile, firefighters say they're watching out for afternoon winds while they work to contain the vast wildfire straddling the Nevada-Oregon state line.
On Monday, a microburst from a thunderstorm snapped over a dozen power poles along Highway 95 in McDermitt, Nevada.
The Holloway Fire grew slightly overnight and as of Tuesday had burned 675 square miles of sagebrush country. The fire is by far the largest of some 10 wildfires burning in northern Nevada right now.
The Holloway Fire is about half contained. Firefighter spokeswoman Alexis West says crews are keeping an eye out for afternoon storm cells that don't drop any rain but create gusty winds up to 40 mph.
The fire made a fast run on Sunday, prompting the evacuation of five ranches. The evacuation was lifted early Monday.
Firefighters hope to have the Holloway Fire contained Thursday evening.