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1,200-acre Camp Pendleton brush fire contained

A brush fire at Camp Pendleton that was sparked by a training exercise has been contained after burning 1,200 acres in the northern portion of the sprawling base, Marine officials said Monday.

No structural damage or injuries were reported.

The fire began Friday afternoon and was contained by Camp Pendleton firefighters by Sunday night.


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