Firefighters stop 30-acre Sandia Fire's spread, now 100% contained – ABC 10 News San Diego KGTV

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — San Diego firefighters have stopped the forward spread of a 30-acre brush fire in North County that ignited Sunday afternoon.
Cal Fire said the fire burning in the 39000 block of Sandia Creek Drive, just north of De Luz Road, started at 1:36 p.m.
Cal Fire said the Sandia Fire’s forward rate of spread was stopped, and the blaze was 100% contained Monday afternoon.
“Firefighters will remain on scene building containment line and mopping up hot spots,” Cal Fire San Diego said on Twitter.
#SandiaFire (FINAL) 30 acres, 100% contained.
Although there was no immediate threat to nearby structures, the area near the intersection of Sandia Creek Drive and Rock Mountain Road was closed, Shoots said. An evacuation order was pushed out for the immediate area.
Both Cal Fire San Diego and the North County Fire Protection District responded to the fire. Shoots says four air tankers, multiple helicopters, five crews and between 10 to 15 fire engines were dispatched to the scene.

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