7.5 acre brush fire knocked down in Castaic
By Ryan Painter
Sunday, October 29th, 2017

A brush fire scorched 7 1/2 acres near Templin Highway in Castaic Sunday morning.

Authorities from the US Forest Service responded to the scene around 6:42 a.m.

“The fire was under control at 7:55 a.m.,” said Supervisor Bernard Peters of the LA County Fire Department.

The blaze was reported as a first alarm fire, meaning that five engines were dispatched to fight it.

No structures were threatened during the incident, Peters confirmed.

 

About the author

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter joined The Signal as a staff writer in June 2017, covering breaking news and community features on the weekends. He graduated from West Ranch High School in 2016 and currently studies Political Science at USC.

7.5 acre brush fire knocked down in Castaic

A brush fire scorched 7 1/2 acres near Templin Highway in Castaic Sunday morning.

Authorities from the US Forest Service responded to the scene around 6:42 a.m.

“The fire was under control at 7:55 a.m.,” said Supervisor Bernard Peters of the LA County Fire Department.

The blaze was reported as a first alarm fire, meaning that five engines were dispatched to fight it.

No structures were threatened during the incident, Peters confirmed.

 

About the author

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter joined The Signal as a staff writer in June 2017, covering breaking news and community features on the weekends. He graduated from West Ranch High School in 2016 and currently studies Political Science at USC.