Just because a fire is contained, does not mean it can’t reignite. Always be vigilant of your surroundings.
From the Source:
A 40-acre brush fire in Wahiawa that reignited Saturday was called contained at 4 p.m. today, but some smoldering continued inside the perimeter.
The fire was found in the same area as a 525-acre blaze that started May 19 and was contained on Wednesday.
A change in wind direction Saturday may have set off the latest fire, according to Honolulu Fire Department officials.