The Morgan fire is continuing to burn on the slopes of Mount Diablo Monday, and dozens of homes are still threatened, a Cal Fire spokesman said.
The fire was first reported at about 1:10 p.m. Sunday off of Morgan Territory Road near Mount Diablo State Park, southeast of Clayton. It has since grown to 3,718 acres, Contra Costa Fire Protection District spokesman Robert Marshall said.
As of Monday afternoon, the blaze was 20 percent contained. No homes have burned but one outbuilding was destroyed, Marshall said.
Two firefighters have suffered minor injuries to their extremities, he said.
The wildfire is threatening about 100 homes, Cal Fire spokesman David Shew said.
Residents can drop off water and snacks at Fire Station No. 11 (6500 Center St., Clayton) East County Today reported.
"The firefighters in East County at the Stations, they always could use sandwiches, pizza, treats, or whatever in he stations since they all came in on their day off to back fill the stations while crews are on Mt. Diablo," a Facebook post stated.