Four firefighters from Alameda got to celebrate the Labor Day holiday at home after returning safe from a 14-day deployment to a set of active forest fires near the California-Oregon border, the city’s fire department said on social media.

Personnel with Alameda’s OES Engine 409, part of the California Office of Emergency Services Strike Team 2802A, have returned from their two-week mutual aid deployment to the Smith River complex in the Six Rivers National Forest, just south of the Oregon border.

The Smith River complex includes at least 12 confirmed fires covering over 85,400 acres as of Tuesday. More than 3,000 firefighters are involved in battling the blaze.