Los Angeles metropolis and county firefighters helped Ventura County firefighters include a brushfire Sunday that burned by way of rugged mountains northwest of Chatsworth, close to the 118 Freeway’s summit at Rocky Peak.
The brushfire was first reported at 1:28 p.m., in response to a Ventura County hearth dispatcher.
Initially, acreage burned was estimated at about two acres, based on the dispatcher. Nevertheless, when it was contained, shortly earlier than four p.m., the Ventura Hearth Division downgraded the estimate of acreage burned to at least one-half acre.
No buildings have been threatened and no accidents reported.
The Los Angeles Hearth Division despatched two water-dropping helicopters to the wildfire, spokesman Brian Humphrey stated.
And the L.A. County Hearth Division despatched a primary alarm brushfire group, stated Dispatch Supervisor Ed Pickett. The workforce consists of two water dropping helicopters, seven engines, 4 floor crews and different assets, totaling about 50 individuals, he stated.
The hearth was seen from a lot of the San Fernando Valley, because it burned a hillside northwest of Chatsworth.
–Metropolis Information Service
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