ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Fire crews are getting a handle on two wildfires burning in New Mexico.
The Georgetown Fire just east of Silver City is now 100 percent contained.
Crews are patrolling the perimeter and dealing with hot spots.
The fire burned just more than six acres.
Officials say the fire was caused by burning debris.
No word yet anyone will be cited.
And the Bensen fire south of Alamogordo is now 60-percent contained.
Nearly 100 acres in the Sacramento Mountains have burned.
Officials believe it too was human caused.
The investigation into exactly how both fires started is ongoing.