Update, 9 a.m.: The Adelaida Fire has burned 11 acres and is 50 percent contained, according to Cal Fire.
Update, 5 a.m.: Fire crews are still working on the Adelaida Fire in Paso Robles this morning.
An update on the size of the fire and containment is expected at 7 a.m., according to a Cal Fire spokesman. No updates were given overnight because of darkness and the steep terrain.
Update, 11:10 p.m.:
Cal Fire Capt. Brent Lee said additional resources had been requested to help fight a vegetation fire near Adelaida Road in Paso Robles.
Several hours after the roughly 5-acre blaze was reported, Lee said crews could be “working through the night” to contain the fire.
Fire crews were working to snuff out a roughly 5-acre blaze in Paso Robles on Thursday night, according to Cal Fire.
The fire is believed to have started in a workshop on the 2700 block of Adelaida Road before spreading to nearby vegetation, Cal Fire Capt. Brent Lee said.
Lee said Cal Fire had dispatched six hand crews, 10 engines, two bulldozers and two water tankers to the fire, which was called in at 7:48 p.m.
No other structures were believed to be in danger, and no injuries had been reported as of 10:50 p.m., Lee said.
A soft road closure was put in place near Adelaida Road and Mountain Springs Road, allowing only residents to pass; a hard closure to all traffic was enacted at 2411 Mountain Springs Road and beyond, Lee said.