GRANADA HILLS (CBSLA) — Police have arrested two people on suspicion of arson Tuesday after two brush fires broke out along a section of the Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway in Granada Hills.

Both fires were reported about 8 a.m. – the first burning a half acre of brush near the westbound freeway at Hayvenhurst Avenue and a smaller one that broke out near the eastbound freeway at Woodley Avenue, according to
the California Highway Patrol.

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The fire was fully contained and all active flame was extinguished by 9 a.m.

An LAPD spokesperson confirmed the arrest of two suspects a short time later, but no further details were released.

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No structure damage was reported.

Ground crews were handling the firefighting effort, with helicopter crews providing “reconnaissance and command support,” said LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey.

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