|Firefighters fight a brush fire at Griffith Observatory that touched off Tuesday night. (KTLA)|
Brush fire burns up the hillside below Griffith Observatory
A little wildfire touched off Tuesday evening in the hills beneath the Griffith Observatory, drawing a horde of onlookers as firefighters swarmed the scene.
The burst lighted around 7:45 p.m. what’s more, singed around 3 to 4 acres of medium to heavy brush, the Los Angeles Fire Department said in a progression of caution.
Little fix of tall blazes was being assaulted aeronautically with water drops and additionally by firefighters on the ground. Extra resources were likewise reacting, authorities said.
Aeronautical film indicated tufts of white smoke over the blaze as flame teams drenched blazes from the roadway, helped by an absence of wind. Right around 100 firefighters reacted to the fire.
The topography-driven fire was moving at a moderate rate of speed off Western Canyon, the Fire Department said. No structures are threatened.