A fire scorched about 10 acres of brush Tuesday in El Sereno, but no one was hurt.
Firefighters sent to 2651 N. Lombardy Blvd. about 4:45 a.m. extinguished the flames in about an hour, said Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey.
“Precise helicopter water drops and well-coordinated ground operations have fully contained this fire to an estimated ten acres of grass and light brush,” Humphrey said in a statement.
No structures were damaged, Humphrey said.
“The cause of the blaze, which began as three separate spot fires, is under active investigation,” Humphrey said.