Six days after flames first sparked, firefighters are still working to contain the blaze in the Shenandoah National Park. Crews are still working to build the containment lines. They tried to do that yesterday, but they weren't able to make much progress because of the weather. According to park rangers, the fire is about 75 percent contained and they hope to have it fully contained in the next day or two. Over 11 hundred acres have burned so far.