SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the fire burning in the Vineyard area of Sacramento County:
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Metro Fire said forward progress of the now 27-acre blaze has been stopped. Firefighters will remain on the scene to mop up hotspots.
Firefighters say they are getting a handle on the flames.
Initially, the fire potentially threatened two homes.
There have been no reports of any injuries.
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Firefighters are battling a 15-acre fire in the Vineyard area of Sacramento County.
The fire is burning near Bradshaw Road and Vintage Park Drive.
#MetroFire is o/s of a 15 acre #vegetation fire on #BradshawRd at Vintage Park Dr in #vineyard. Bradshaw Rd is closed in the area and containment on the fire is progressing. pic.twitter.com/O91Hu3WBne
— Metro Fire of Sacramento (@metrofirepio) June 18, 2021
Sacramento Metro Fire says their crews are at the scene. A total of 15 acres have burned so far, firefighters say, but containment is progressing.
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Updates to follow.