RAMONA, Calif. — Firefighters battled a brush fire early Friday evening that prompted temporary road closures in the Ramona Oaks area.

The blaze, dubbed as the “Oaks Fire,” was held to around three acres, according to Cal Fire San Diego.

SkyFOX was over the location where a large plume of white smoke could be seen spewing from the brush and into the air.

The fire prompted a stretch of SR-78 east of Rancho Santa Fe Court to be closed for several hours, according to the California Department of Transportation. However, all lanes have since opened on SR-78 east of Rancho Santa Fe Court, officials said.

No damage to structures or injuries were reported.