Hearth crews continued efforts Friday to include a brush hearth in Jamul that originally threatened some houses because it raced by means of thick vegetation.
As of 9:45 a.m. Friday, the hearth had burned 83 acres and was 50% contained.
The blaze was reported about 1:50 p.m. Thursday at Freeway 94 and Vista Sage Lane, in line with Cal Hearth San Diego. Some evacuations have been ordered because the flames unfold, however hearth crews have been rapidly in a position to sluggish the blaze and the orders have been lifted by Thursday night.
The reason for the hearth was not instantly recognized and remained below investigation.
A Cal Hearth spokeswoman instructed Metropolis Information Service there have been no reported accidents to firefighters or civilians, or any structural injury.
Authorities requested the general public to drive cautiously within the space and be conscious of first responders.
–Metropolis Information Service