SAN LUIS OBISPO (KPIX 5) — Cal Fire has filed a million dollar lawsuit against California burger chain In-N-Out claiming the company is responsible for starting a 2017 wildfire in San Luis Obispo County.

The fire burned about 250 acres over four days near Huasna Road in Arroyo Grande. In the lawsuit, Cal Fire claims a tractor moving dry grass and brush on In-N-Out property sparked the flames.

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The suit has been filed in San Luis Obispo Superior Court, according to the San Luis Obispo Tribune.

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The agency also alleges that the tractor was improperly maintained and the tractor’s driver allowed the fire to spread.

Cal Fire is seeking roughly $1.2 million from In-N-Out to recoup costs associated with fighting the fire.

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In-N-Out has not commented on the allegations as of Sunday evening.