RIO LINDA (CBS13) — Crews contained a wind-driven vegetation fire that destroyed one structure and threatened multiple homes in Rio Linda, said Metro Fire of Sacramento.

The five-acre fire occurred near the 7400 block of Dry Creek Road.

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Crews were able to save several homes as well as livestock, however, one large outbuilding was destroyed and several structures were damaged.

No injuries were reported.

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This area has already seen several fires this year, likely due to the dry vegetation and windy climate.

A previous fire caused Metro Fire to release this statement regarding their response.

“Even in the most stressful of situations, our firefighters remain calm, cool, and collected to make clear-headed decisions in split seconds. It’s important for our community to know, that we won’t get flustered or overwhelmed when if we’re called to serve in potentially life-threatening environments. We have your back,” Metro Fire said on Facebook.

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The cause of this fire is under investigation.