As crews continued to mop up brush fires in San Diego County that have scorched more than 27,000 acres, damage assessment teams are now busy at work as property owners take stock of their loses.

The Poinsettia Fire in Carlsbad is 100 percent contained, and the Cocos Fire in San Marcos is at 87 percent containment but no longer advancing.

The three fires that burned 21,000 acres of Camp Pendleton and the adjacent Navy Weapons Station Fallbrook are quickly being contained, officials said.

The San Mateo and Las Pulgas fires are now 75 percent and 97 percent contained, respectively. The Tomahawk Fire is 100 percent contained, officials reported.

All military and civilian employees at Camp Pendleton were ordered to return to work, and Ammunition Road leading to the weapons station has been reopened. Marine Commandant Gen. James Amos visited the burned areas Sunday and praised the swift work of firefighters.