Los Angeles County firefighters are making progress on a brush fire in the Canyon Country area.
According to Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Joey Marron, the fire was reported at Golden Valley Rd and Robert C Lee Parkway at 12:10 p.m.
“Because of the weather conditions fire fighters requested a second alarm response at 12:23 p.m,” Marron said. “These units are their just in case the fire becomes a threat to homes.”
According to Marron as of 12:58 p.m. no structures were threatened.
“At 1:13 p.m. fire fighters requested a third alarm response adding roughly an additional 100 fire fighters,” Los Angeles County spokesperson Vanessa Loznao said. “There started to be a small threat to nearby structures that we wanted to protect.”
According to Loznao there were over 300 fire fighters battling this blaze.
As of 3:18 p.m. the fire is being held at 100 acres and is 90 percent contained with no structures damaged.