One hundred firefighters are battling a blaze that has grown to 100 acres in the Elizabeth Lake area Tuesday afternoon, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Officials first reported the second-alarm fire around 12:30 p.m., which had already grown to 15 to 20 acres, the Fire Department tweeted.
Within 50 minutes, the blaze had doubled in size, prompting an “aggressive” attack by air and ground.
Resources included six engines, two dozers, five camp crews, two water tenders, three helicopters, and two super scoopers.
No structures were immediately threatened, according to the Fire Department.
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