FREMONT (CBS SF/BCN) — Cal Fire crews have contained a grass fire on Sanford Avenue in the Fremont area, according to Cal Fire SCU.
The fire was burning in Mission Peak Regional Preserve near the Ohlone Regional Wilderness Trail just west of Mission Peak.READ MORE: Crews Battling Fast-Moving 3-Alarm Fire In Vallejo, Evacuations Underway
The fire was contained to two acres, according to the Fremont Fire Department, which combined with Cal Fire and East Bay Regional Park District firefighters in battling the fire.
The cause of the #MissionFire, located off of the main trail at the Mission Peak Regional Preserve, is under investigation. The fire was contained to 2 acres. Fremont, @calfireSCU and @EBRPD firefighters remain at the scene and are making progress to fully extinguish the fire. pic.twitter.com/GFjm3Fdxm7
— Fremont Fire Department (@FremontFire) May 24, 2021READ MORE: Man Accused Of Stealing Lemur From SF Zoo Charged With Violating Endangered Species Act
Cause of the fire has not yet been determined.
#MissionFire off of the main trail at Mission Peak in the Fremont area is currently contained. An aggressive response from @FremontFire kept the fire from progressing into heavier fuels and a drainage. Firefighters will remain on scene ensuring full perimeter control. @EBRPD pic.twitter.com/ko3nNy6d7v
— CAL FIRE SCU (@calfireSCU) May 24, 2021MORE NEWS: UPDATE: Fire Destroys 2 Pleasant Hill Homes; Resident Still Missing, Firefighter Suffers Burns