By CBSLA Staff

LANCASTER (CBSLA) – Firefighters were battling a brush fire which broke out in Lancaster early Monday morning.

The fire broke out on federal land in the Marsh area near Sierra Highway and West Avenue C sometime before 1 a.m.

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According to the L.A. County Fire Department, the fire had burned about 2 acres.

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No structures were threatened and there was no word of any injuries.

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The fire may have been sparked by a lightning strike, according to California Highway Patrol’s incident information page, but that was not confirmed. A storm cell briefly moved through the area.