It took Los Angeles County firefighters about an hour Saturday to place out a half-acre brush hearth on Encinal Canyon Street north of Pacific Coast Freeway, authorities stated.
It was reported at 1:sixteen p.m. on Encinal Canyon Street about 4 miles north of Pacific Coast Freeway, in accordance with a fireplace division dispatcher. The flames have been out at 2:19 p.m.
No buildings have been threatened and no accidents have been reported, the dispatcher stated.
One other brush hearth closed the Sherman Means off-ramp of the northbound Hollywood (one hundred seventy) Freeway in North Hollywood Saturday. It was reported at 1:forty seven p.m. close to the fitting shoulder and burned close to an condo complicated within the 12300 block of Sherman Approach, based on the California Freeway Patrol.
—Metropolis Information Service
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