LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Firefighters needed a little help to knock down a grass fire Friday along the Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway in the Chatsworth area.

Two Super Scooper aircraft, a helitanker, three helicopters and about 115 firefighters knocked down a brush fire today in the
Santa Susana Pass area of Chatsworth, according to officials.

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The fire was reported around 10:40 a.m. and had burned 15 acres before it was extinguished around 11:40 a.m, according to Los Angeles County Fire.

No injuries were reported and no structures were threatened.

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All but one lane of the westbound 118 Freeway were closed as crews worked to contain the blaze east of Rocky Peak Road, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Los Angles city and county along with Ventura County firefighters were also on scene after there was initially confusion over who had jurisdiction at the location near the county line, county fire Inspector Chris Reade said.

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