Brush fire in Santa Clarita, California
UPDATE: The blaze has expanded to 100 acres. The fire is 90% contained.
A fire brush fire alarm is active now in Santa Clarita, California
The fire started near Robert C. Lee Parkway and Golden Valley Road, where it burned around 25 acres.
Around 200 personnel of the Los Angeles County Fire Department are on the scene and are trying to contain the flames.
The fire has been named "the Golden Incident".
The cause of the fire is not yet known.
No evacuation orders have been issued yet.