East Bay News
50-acre wildfire breaks out near Tracy
Thursday, May 13, 2010
TRACY, CA (KGO) -- The rainy season is just ending, and already we've had our first wildfire.
CAL FIRE crews mopped up a grass fire that burned 50 acres of land near Tracy on Thursday afternoon.
The wildfire broke out at Highway 132 and I-580.
No buildings were ever threatened and crews were able to knock it out pretty quickly.
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