SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS SF) — Cal Fire and local crews have stopped the spread of a brush fire Monday afternoon that has burned about five acres in Sacramento County, according to authorities.

The Cal Fire Amador-El Dorado Unit tweeted about the fire just after 2 p.m. Monday.

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Murieta Fire burning in Sacramento County (Cal Fire)

The vegetation fire — being called the Murieta Fire — is burning near Murieta Drive and Cantova Way in Sacramento County.

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Full air and ground resources are responding to the fast-moving fire authorities said.

At 3 p.m., Cal Fire said the fire was holding at approximately 4.5 to 5 acres and crews had dozer lines around it. While there was some potential for spread, the fire was mostly burning in manure.

At 5:40 p.m., Cal Fire said the Murieta Fire was 100% contained to manure piles with the spread to nearby vegetation stopped.

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Fire officials said the final acreage was mapped at 4.5 acres. Firefighters will remain on scene into the night dousing piles and mopping up hot spots.