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Crews Await Daylight to Assess Inaccessible Brush Fire

Firefighters are monitoring a brush fire in the Ranchita area that was first reported to authorities as a possible plane crash on Vulcan Mountain Thursday night. Cal Fire crews responded to the three- to four-acre brush fire in Ranchita, east of Warner Springs and west of Borrego Springs at about 8:30 p.m. Victim of Sunset Cliffs Shooting was Kidnapped, Witnessed Homicide The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department (SDSO) said it first received reports of a plane crash in the area.The fire was in a steep, inaccessible area so crews were monitoring the blaze but were unable to get close enough to determine if it may have been caused by a plane crash as reported, the San Diego Sheriff’s Department (SDSO) said. More Than a Dozen Displaced by Fire at Santee Apartment Complex A helicopter would go over the area at daylight to assess the area, SDSO said.Cal Fire said that fire, dubbed the Vulcan Fire, was slow-moving and there were no homes nearby that could be in danger.  Councilwoman Says No More Scooters on MB Boardwalk No other information was available.Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.Photo Credit: NBC 7 San Diego
Source: NBC San Diego

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