COTTONWOOD, Calif. - Two structures were threatened Friday as Cal Fire crews battled a 3.8 -acre vegetation fire in Cottonwood.
As of 11:42 a.m., forward progress on the fire has been stopped. Crews will remain on scene for two hours to mop up.
Cal Fire said almost 4 acres burned at 15777 Bowman road, southwest of Interstate 5. Cal Fire officials received the fire call at 10:30 a.m. and responded quickly.
Six engines and a couple of dozers responded, along with two air tankers, and a helicopter with the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, according to Cal Fire.
The fire burned grass and oak woodland. Cal Fire Captain, Matthew Brady said nobody was injured and the cause is under investigation.