Firefighters respond to brush fire in Gorman

A Los Angeles County Fire water-dropping helicopter makes a drop on the 10-acre, Quail incident brush fire in Gorman on Oct. 8, 2020. Dan Watson / The Signal

Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a brush fire in Gorman late Friday morning and stopped its forward progress at 13 acres.

The fire erupted on a hillside of the 35300 block of west Lancaster Road, in Gorman, but firefighters stopped forward progression of the fire, according to Marvin Lim, L.A. County Fire Department spokesman.

“The call came in at 11:27 a.m. this morning and units were on scene at 11:30 (a.m.),” said Lim.

Shortly after units arrived, firefighters were able to stop forward progression of the fire at 13 acres, Lim added.

No structures were damaged or threatened to be damaged due to the fire.

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