Brush fire contained after burning 657 acres at Camp Pendleton
Firefighters were still patrolling a fire Wednesday that burned more than 650 acres at the Camp Pendleton Marine base.
The Camp Pendleton Fire Department reported that the vegetation fire near the Romeo 3 training area started around 4:40 p.m. Tuesday. By 8:48 p.m. firefighters had contained the blaze after it burned about 657 acres of brush.
As of 8:50 a.m. Wednesday, firefighters continue to patrol the area, according to a tweet from Camp Pendleton.
No injuries were reported.