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RANCHO SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Firefighters Thursday were mopping up a brush fire that broke out Wednesday night in Rancho San Diego.

The blaze started around 7:30 p.m. southeast of Steel Canyon Road and Willow Glen Drive, according to Cal Fire San Diego.

By 9 a.m. Thursday, fire officials said they had stopped the spread of the blaze, which had burned nearly 10 acres. The fire is now 100% contained as of Thursday evening.

Dozers and hand crews were making access to the Willow 9 Fire after fire engines struggled to get to the flames, per fire officials.

A fire official told FOX 5 one abandoned structure was destroyed, but there were no other reports of any injuries or threat to structures.

Christy Simeral contributed to this story.