City, county fire departments stop small brush fire in the Hollywood Hills – Daily News


A blaze called the Coyote fire broke out Monday night in the Hollywood Hills and was burning above a dog park near an apartment complex, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. Ultimately it was held to one acre with no injuries.

The brush fire had been moving towards Coyote Canyon and the Los Angeles County Fire Department joined the firefight.

There was no imminent structure threat and no evacuations, the LAFD said.

Control of the fire came after precision helicopter water drops and the work of ground crews, LAFD said.

“Those LAFD ground crews will continue to work with (LA County Fire) hand crews into the early morning hours with hand tools to achieve further control of the fire’s perimeter in rugged terrain,” LAFD said in a statement.

The cause of the fire was under investigation. It was reported around 9:36 p.m.



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