SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A vegetation fire ignited in tender-dry brush in San Jose Friday afternoon, sending up a plume of heavy black smoke that was seen for miles.
The San Jose Fire Department said the fire was small in size — just 50 feet by 50 feet — and was burning in the creek area near Tuers Rd. and Brandybuck Way.READ MORE: Reports of Breakthrough COVID-19 Infections Cause Concern
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UPDATE: Vegetation fire on Tuers/Brandybuck upgraded to TIER response. Fire estimated at 50×50 and holding at that size. No reports of structures threatened at this time. pic.twitter.com/VmvfwFnLs1READ MORE: San Mateo Schools Prepare For COVID Outbreaks During Upcoming Academic Year
— San José Fire Dept. (@SJFD) June 18, 2021
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