LA Firefighters Fight 2 Acre Wildfires In Eagle Rock

EAGLE ROCK, CA — Firefighters were extinguishing a wildfire in Eagle Rock Friday afternoon, the Los Angeles Fire Department reported.

The fire had charred about two to three acres into light to medium shrubbery and made its way uphill with little wind to push it forward, fire officials said.

Authorities said it may have been caused by a vehicle fire reported around 2:24 PM in the 7610 N. Figueroa St.

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