MILAM COUNTY, Texas (FOX 44) – UPDATE: As of Tuesday, the Texas A&M Forest Service reports the Right of Way Fire in Milam County is 106.8 acres, and is 100 percent contained. All state resources have been released, and the fire has transitioned back to the local unit.

This comes after the fire was reported to be 95 percent contained on Sunday night. The Texas A&M Forest Service originally responded Saturday to a request for assistance on the Right of Way Fire. At this time, it was at an estimated 150 acres and was 20 percent contained.

The fire grew to 106.8 acres on Sunday afternoon, but was 90 percent contained. This was actually a decrease in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Dozer crews continued to widen and improve containment lines around the fire perimeter. Firefighters continued to patrol and mop up.