Brush fire destroys home, threatened more in Dulzura

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SAN DIEGO -  Officials confirmed a 10-acre brush fire dubbed the 'Building Fire' near Dulzura was fully contained Saturday.

A brush fire was previously reported as moving at a "dangerous rate” before destroying at least one home in Dulzura, about 30 miles east of San Diego, Friday, according to authorities.

The fire was reported around 10:30 a.m. near state Route 94 and Community Building Road, Cal Fire tweeted. It quickly spread to 10 acres within 30 minutes.

SkyFOX video showed firefighters attempting to save a home engulfed in flames.

Authorities sent a “Reverse 911” call 144 residents in the area ordering them to evacuate, according to the Office of Emergency Services.

By 11:15 a.m., firefighters were able to slow the spread. As of 2 p.m., the fire was no longer growing and crews had cut containment lines around 50 percent of the perimeter.

The fire destroyed one mobile home, a garage and an outbuilding, officials said.

It was unknown if anyone was on the property when the fire started.

Another brush fire was burning in Alpine, near Interstate 8.

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