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Brush fire burning in Lake View Terrace

A brush fire was burning at the base of the Angeles National Forest near Lake View Terrace, according to the L.A. Fire Department.

The blaze broke out about 2:30 p.m. around 10361 Kurt St. LAFD officials said 5 to 7 acres have burned and that the flames were being fanned by 5-mph winds.

Helicopters and hand crews were on the scene, officials said.

No structures are currently threatened.


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