Los Angeles Firefighters Battle Santa Clarita Fire
A Santa Clarita brush fire required the involvement of local Los Angeles firefighters to extinguish the fire. According to the Los Angeles fire department, the brush fire occurred at a location east of Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park. After the brush fire was reported at 3:51 pm, Los Angeles firefighters reported to the scene and successfully sustained the flames to 45% within the hour.
The fire spread within the vicinity of nearby houses, but fortunately, no homes actually incurred property damage from the fire. Los Angeles Fire Department reports that the brush fire was battled by five fire engine companies, a water-dropping helicopter, and camp crews.
A witness is reported to have seen teenage boys fleeing the fire just after it erupted in the Santa Clarita location. No substantial injuries were reported from the brush fire.
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