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AGUA DULCE (CBS) — Firefighters have reached more than 70 percent containment of a 500-acre blaze in Agua Dulce.

The brush fire ignited off Sierra Highway, north of Davenport Road, at approximately 1 p.m. Monday.

A barn and a trailer were destroyed by the blaze.

The wind-driven fire was threatening some homes and prompting officials to evacuate residents.

The cause of the fire was under investigation.

Comments (4)
  1. Corinne Anderson says:

    The poor plants and animals!!

  2. illegals says:

    It was caused by the illegal immigration. they come over here take american fire and set it ablaze to our american dry brush. what won’t these illegals do?

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