By CBSLA Staff

MALIBU (CBSLA) — Firefighters Sunday were responding to the Rockpool Fire in the Malibu area that prompted the closure of nearby campsites and roads.

The fire broke out before 2 p.m. near 1925 Las Virgenes Road and was estimated at 2 acres. Hours later it grew to 93 acres and was 33% contained as of Sunday night, the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.

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Forward progress was stopped on the fire around 3:30 p.m. officials said, but officials remained on scene throughout the night to help with containment and putting out hot spots.

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Malibu Canyon and Las Virgenes roads were reopened, but Mulholland Highway was still closed, the sheriff’s department reported. All campsites at Malibu Creek State Park have also been evacuated.

No injuries or structural damages have been reported.

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