Brush fire burns at Camp Pendleton

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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — A brush fire spread across open terrain at Camp Pendleton Tuesday, blackening about 60 acres but causing no immediate structural threats.

The blaze in the northern reaches of the Marine Corps station near Oceanside erupted in the late afternoon, according to the base’s public affairs office.

The fire’s progress had been halted as of about 8 p.m, according to the North County Fire Protection District, which serves the nearby communities of Bonsall and Fallbrook.

Multiple fire agencies were expected to remain on scene throughout the night mopping up, the district announced.

The cause of the fire was not immediately clear.


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