BOISE -- Crews continue to make progress on Idaho's largest wildfire.

At 6 a.m. Wednesday, the Salmon-Challis National Forest will lift all hard road closures related to the Mustang Complex.

The fire has burned more than 339,000 acres northwest of Salmon, along the Idaho-Montana border.

It's 50 percent contained.

While roads are being reopened, you are advised to watch out for smoldering logs, falling trees and rolling debris in recently burned areas.

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