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Fire east of Paso Robles burns 2 acres

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Cal Fire Deputy Chief Eric Cleveland of San Luis Obispo offers a few tips for ranch fire preparedness and talks about a mapping effort on Santa Margarita Ranch.
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Cal Fire Deputy Chief Eric Cleveland of San Luis Obispo offers a few tips for ranch fire preparedness and talks about a mapping effort on Santa Margarita Ranch.

A fire off Highway 46 east burned about 2 acres of land on Sunday afternoon.

The fire was first reported at about 5:13 p.m. in the area of Ross Drive and Grace Drive, a Cal Fire official said.

Five structures were threatened by the blaze, Cal Fire said. Forward progress was stopped just before 5:30 p.m.

While Cal Fire originally reported that a vehicle had been destroyed, the agency later said that no vehicles or structures were damaged in the fire. At one point, the blaze was threatening 5 structures.

Earlier in the afternoon, a fire in San Miguel burned two structures and about 2 acres of land.

Additional information was not immediately available.



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