Small Brush Fire Breaks Out Above Warner Bros. Lot in Burbank
Published on Nov 10, 2019
Updated: A small brush fire broke out in the Hollywood Hills above the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank, Calif., causing the Warner Bros. lot to evacuate as a precaution, before its forward progress was stopped at around 5 p.m. Saturday.
According to the Lafd, fire crews are working on putting out the “still active wildfire,” with a containment goal of the “box” created by Forest Lawn Cemetery, Coyote Canyon Drive, Forest Lawn Drive and Wonder View Drive.
The Lafd added that the fire’s cause is under investigation.
An update posted at 4:13 p.m. indicated that the Barham fire had grown in size to 25 acres, with 236 Lafd personnel assigned, including five helicopters, two CL415 fixed wing aircraft and four LACoFD handcrews.
The Lafd added that while there continue to be no formal evacuations, “a handful of persons living closest to the fire, and being affected by smoke only,
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Author: Erin Nyren