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Brushfire at Camp Pendleton burns 200 acres

Photo: North County residents watch as 40-acre brush fire burns on Camp Pendleton. Courtesy of: Jon Go and KTLA-TVA brush fire that erupted during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton has burned more than 200 acres, the Marine Corps said early Tuesday evening.

Along with ground crews, the fire is being fought by a fixed-wing aircraft and a helicopter. There have been no reports of injuries or damage to structures, the Marines said.


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Photo: A brush fire burns at Camp Pendleton. Courtesy of: Jon Go and KTLA-TV Channel 5

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