A brush fire burning uphill in San Dimas Friday scorched 100 acres, but no homes were threatened, authorities said
The fire was reported about 4 a.m. near San Dimas Canyon and Golden Hills roads, northeast of San Dimas Canyon Golf Course, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The fire is burning uphill, but no homes are threatened, the department said.
The fire had burned 100 acres as of about 7 a.m., and was “heading northwest away from La Verne,” according to the La Verne Police Department.
Ten aircraft were assigned to the firefighting effort, assisting crews on the ground, according to Angeles National Forest officials. Containment was listed at 10% as of about 7 a.m., ANF officials said.
La Verne Fire Department personnel were assisting county crews.
The cause of the blaze was unknown.