A wildfire that started around 11 a.m. has burned approximately 10 acres on a steep north-facing slope near Brisbane, California south of San Francisco. It is burning under high-voltage power lines, but there is no official word on the cause.
The area is not in a PG&E preemptive power shutoff area.
Approximate location of the new wildfire near Brisbane, south of San Francisco. The 3-D map is looking south; on the other photo, north is up. It’s burning on a steep, north slope below power lines. Attacked by engines, CAL FIRE helicopter, and CAL FIRE S-2 air tanker. <10 acres pic.twitter.com/JEf16qd86u
— Wildfire Today 🔥 (@wildfiretoday) October 10, 2019
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