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Brush Fire Burning Near Calabasas City Hall

Brush Fire Burning in Calabasas
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Firefighters are battling a second-alarm fire that broke out just before noon today, according to abc7. The fire began "on a vacant lot near the Calabasas City Hall at Las Virgenes Road near the 101 Freeway." Shortly after the fire began, it moved through 8 acres. While the blaze "is burning near several apartment complexes and subdivisions," at this time there are no reports of structures being threatened. Smoke from the fire is reportedly visible in the San Fernando Valley.

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