————————————-UPDATE 4:50 P.M. The fire is a 100 percent contained after burning between 25 and 30 acres according to L.A. County Fire. No homes were damaged in the blaze and no injuries were reported. UPDATE 4:36 P.M. The fire has been put out according to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station. SCV sheriff’s officials assisting with evacuations have been called back.
————————————–UPDATE 3:57 P.M. The Palmdale Sheriff’s Station is evacuating homes in the area of the fire. An evacuation center has been set up at High Desert Middle School on Antelope Woods Road. Los Angeles County Fire said the fire has burned five acres so far. The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station is sending units to assist with the evacuations. “We’re sending units to Acton right now because they’re starting evacuations,” said Lt. Chuck Becerra with the SCV Sheriff’s Station.
—————————————————————–UPDATE 3:27 P.M. A fire has burned at least two acres near Sierra Highway and Highway 14, prompting the response of at least seven engines and three helicopters to extinguish it. The fire, dubbed the Sierra Incident, was reported around 3:10 p.m. and L.A. County Fire has called a second alarm. “It started as an SUV (fire),” said Supervisor Melanie Flores with L.A. County Fire. The fire is burning uphill in light grass towards Avenue V. No structures are threatened as of 3:17 p.m. according to L.A. County Fire.