5-acre grass fire in Walnut knocked down
WALNUT, Calif. (KABC) -- Fire crews made quick work of a wildfire in Walnut that broke out on Monday near a sheriff's station.
Authorities responded to the fire near Valley Boulevard and Grand Avenue just before 4:30 p.m. At one point, flames were 300 yards from the Walnut Sheriff's Station.
The brush fire burned about five acres of grass. It was declared a knockdown in about 30 minutes.
Nearly 200 firefighters responded to the fire.
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