A brush fire near Warner Springs consumed 12 acres Saturday afternoon but was halted before reaching a popular Boy Scout camp.
The fire burned 12 acres by 4 p.m., but its progress toward the camp was stopped, and the blaze is now 50% contained.
The San Diego-Imperial Council of the Boy Scouts of America tweeted: ”Thank you Cal Fire for your quick response and hard work to keep our weekend
No structures were threatened. Both air and ground crews were on the scene, and Cleveland National Forest firefighters were providing assistance.
— From Staff and Wire Reports