Firefighters stopped progress on a 5- to 7-acre vegetation fire that threatened structures Tuesday around midnight at Isabella Parkway and Golden Triangle Road in Santa Clarita.
“The call came in at just about 11 (p.m.),” said Michael Pittman, supervising dispatch with the L.A. County Fire Department, describing the initial call. “No units have been canceled because the fire is at about 5 acres right now and running uphill.”
Named the Centre Pointe Fire, Pittman added nearby structures had been threatened but none had been damaged, and there were no injuries reported.
“Units called a second alarm since structures are threatened,” Pittman said.
Forward progress was stopped shortly afterward.
Pittman added investigators are expected to be sent to the scene Wednesday morning to determine the cause of the fire.
This is a breaking news story, and will be updated as information becomes available.