According to Calfire in San Diego, California, East County firefighters were fighting a 100-acre wildfire at Cane Break Canyon on Saturday.
The· Fire, called Overland Fire, According to Cal Fire, it was first reported to be 10 acres on Saturday at 9:15 am. By 10 am, it had grown to 20-30 acres. And by 11:00 am, it had grown to 100 acres and contained 0%.
“Access to the ground is still difficult. There are additional air resources on site,” CalFire tweeted.
The fire broke out half a mile west of County Highway S2, east of Mount Laguna.
“Light flash fuel, moderate diffusion rates are running uphill,” the Southern California Airlines business tweeted.
“Aerial attacks that advise that due to inaccessible issues, it will result in an extended attack fire,” the agency said.
According to Cal Fire, the county has already seen a 26% increase in fires, with a 58% increase in burned area compared to this time last year.
Due to the excessive heat, Cal Fire has closed popular hiking trails in the Cleveland National Forest (Cedar Creek Falls and Three Sisters Falls Trailheads).
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