A fire that began in a trailer and spread to nearby vegetation in Templeton was under control by 4:45 Wednesday afternoon, Cal Fire said.
The blaze broke out at 93 S. Main St. shortly before 2 p.m., and involved a horse trailer as well. An ember wafted into nearby wildlands and burned two acres before it came under control.
One bystander suffered a minor injury, a Cal Fire spokesperson said. Some 50 firefighters fought the blaze, representing San Luis Obispo County, Cal Fire and the Paso Robles and Templeton fire departments.
The cause is unknown, and the fire remains under investigation.