Firefighters in Douglas County are closer to containing a lightning-sparked wildfire that burned about 700 acres of brush in the Keane Grade area. The fire was ignited Sunday afternoon from a passing thunderstorm. Crews from multiple agencies responded and they reported this morning that the blaze was 60 percent contained. No structures were threatened. Crews also responded to a second wildfire this morning in the Palisades Road area. It started around 5:30 and was located about a half mile south of the Highway 28 junction. Kay McKellar with RiverCom Emergency Dispatch says crews had it put out in about one hour. It burned between 5 and 10 acres with no homes threatenedThe fire's cause is still under investigation.