BREA (CBSLA) – Brea firefighters with an assist from the Orange County Fire Authority and Los Angeles County Fire Department, Anaheim and Cal Fire are battling a brush fire that charred an estimated 21 acres of grass Sunday.
The brush fire ignited in the area of North Brea Boulevard and Canyon Country Road around 2:20 p.m., according to the Brea Fire Department.READ MORE: 'Survivor' Contestant Michelle Yi Describes Frightening Santa Monica Assault
As of 4:45 p.m., the fire was 40% contained, OCFA reported. Forward progress of the fire has also been stopped.READ MORE: Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 8: Can Kirk Cousins Put Up Points On The Cowboys Defense?
Around 7:15 p.m., the California Highway Patrol reopened the southbound SR 57 off-ramp to Brea Canyon Road that was closed because of the brush fire. The CHP also canceled the SigAlert.MORE NEWS: LA County Sheriff's Deputies Armed With Cleaning Supplies Help 86-Year-Old La Mirada Woman Living In Filthy, Unsafe Conditions
No injuries were reported and no structures were threatened.
UPDATE (10/3/21, 4:15pm) The fire has burned approximately 10 acres and is 30% contained. https://t.co/3HWegu9A3n
— Brea Police Dept (@BreaPD) October 3, 2021