KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A wildfire near the Tennessee-Kentucky border was reported 100% contained, according to the Tennessee Division of Forestry. It is one of two fires that began last week in East Tennessee.

On the TN Division of Forestry wildfire website, Duff’s fire spread to 273.9 acres as of Sunday afternoon.

The wildland fire in Campbell County was first reported late Wednesday night. The Forestry Division data map states it’s located in Duff, Tenn. off of 25 West and was initially reported as five acres in size.

As of Wednesday, the fire had burned about 65 acres near North Highway 25. The main area burning is amid mountainous terrain. Campbell County dispatch personnel told WATE 6 that although the fire had grown to 65 acres, fire crews had control of it, and it was not a threat to any structures or people.

However, with high winds and dry conditions, the fire was able to grow, according to the Assistant District Forester of the TN Division of Forestry Nathan Waters.

A fire in Sevier County near the Cosby area burned more than 170 acres. A fire in Roane County near I-40 West has burned more than 200 acres. Both fires were reported as 100% contained.

Last week, the Division of Forestry restricted outdoor debris burning due to the dry conditions.