RESERVE, N.M. (AP) — Hundreds of firefighters worked Saturday to keep a 37,000-acre wildfire from spreading, despite gusty winds and lightning accompanied by only a little rain.

The fire in the Gila National Forest was about 40 percent contained.

Crews worked to clear brush and create a fire break around about 20 summer cabins in the Elk Springs subdivision, fire information officer Dave Wells said. The subdivision was about three to four miles northwest of the fire in southwestern New Mexico and no homes were in immediate danger, he said.