Wildfire chars 1,500 acres in San Luis Obispo County
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The fire broke Saturday afternoon and quickly grew to about 15,000 acres near the Los Padres National Forest.
Cal-Fire authorities say several structures were threatened by the blaze but are now out of danger.
Cal-Fire called in fire engines, helicopters, and air tankers from multiple agencies including firefighters from the Central Valley.
Earlier Saturday evening, fire crews from the Mariposa-Merced and Madera units joined strike teams from Fresno and Tulare counties before heading to the fire lines.
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