Fire crews contained a four-acre vegetation fire in the Bay Ho neighborhood of San Diego Sunday, said a CBS8 report.
According to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, multiple engine companies and two helicopters responded.
The bush fire has threatened homes along the edge of the canyon at one point.
Crews were expected to be on scene for a couple of hours to mop up.
The incident was reported around 4 p.m. in the canyon behind 4600 Monongahela Street and 4600 Leathers Street in San Diego.
No injuries or damage were reported.
The fire was putting up a large plume of smoke that could be seen in the area.
Cal Fire reported that the Skyline Fire in Lawson Valley near Jamul was fully contained by 6:47 p.m.
Cal Fire/ San Diego County fire tweeted: “#SkylineFire in Lawson Valley [final] The fire is now 100% contained and all units are available.”
They also tweeted that the Skyline Fire is now 90% contained by 9:17 a.m.
San Diego experienced a very humid weekend, which could have caused the fire in Bay Ho and Lawson Valley.
Last week, fires broke out in:
- Oak Heights Road in Julian
- Mission Gorge Road in Santee
- Silverleaf Lane in Deer Springs
- Via Elisa Drive near El Cajon
- Camp Pendleton