Brush fire at Kern County line burns 100 acres
Firefighters at the scene of a brush fire in Lebec. photo for The Signal by Jeff Zimmerman.
By Jim Holt
Monday, July 9th, 2018

A brush at the Kern County line Sunday afternoon burned at least 100 acres by early Monday morning.

Firefighters from at least four agencies including the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a brush fire about 1:30 p.m., initially reported as moving uphill through light fuel.

By 3:36 a.m. Monday, all forward progress of the fire was reported, but not until it had burned at least 100 acres at the county line, Fire Department Inspector David Michel said.

Firefighters fighting the same fire in triple digit heat included those Kern County Fire Department and the US Forest Service.

The fire broke out near the northbound lanes of Interstate 5, north of Frasier Mountain Park Road.

No structures were damaged.

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Firefighters at the scene of a brush fire in Lebec. photo for The Signal by Jeff Zimmerman.

Brush fire at Kern County line burns 100 acres

A brush at the Kern County line Sunday afternoon burned at least 100 acres by early Monday morning.

Firefighters from at least four agencies including the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a brush fire about 1:30 p.m., initially reported as moving uphill through light fuel.

By 3:36 a.m. Monday, all forward progress of the fire was reported, but not until it had burned at least 100 acres at the county line, Fire Department Inspector David Michel said.

Firefighters fighting the same fire in triple digit heat included those Kern County Fire Department and the US Forest Service.

The fire broke out near the northbound lanes of Interstate 5, north of Frasier Mountain Park Road.

No structures were damaged.

jholt@signalscv.com

661-287-5527

On Twitter

@jamesarthurholt