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300-acre brush fire is 10% contained

September 11, 2007|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Firefighters on Monday were battling a wildfire that had spread across more than 300 acres of brush northeast of the San Diego County line.

The fire began just before 3 p.m. near Carancho Road and Calle Colina. Riverside County fire officials are investigating reports that it was caused by a traffic collision or vehicle fire but have not determined a cause.

Two homes were initially threatened, but the fire was spreading away from homes Monday evening and was 10% contained. No evacuations had been ordered.

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