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Brush fire in Carlsbad near Buena Vista Lagoon has been contained

“Please continue to stay clear of the area while we finish up,” police tweeted. “We will let you know when the roads reopen.”

CARLSBAD, Calif. —  A ten-acre vegetation fire was contained Saturday near the Buena Vista Lagoon, after some residences in the realm had been briefly evacuated.

The Carlsbad Police Department introduced that the fire was contained at about 2 p.m. Saturday with no buildings broken.

“Please continue to stay clear of the area while we finish up,” police tweeted. “We will let you know when the roads reopen.”

Fire crews from a number of companies battled the fire beginning at 1:15 p.m. across the Buena Vista Lagoon in Carlsbad. Crews from the Carlsbad Fire Department responded to the realm of State Street, Laguna Drive and Buena Vista Circle.

Out of an abundance of warning, authorities evacuated residences on Buena Vista circle, Kremeyer Circle and Laguna Drive near the lagoon.

The Oceanside Police Department, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and the California Highway Patrol additionally helped firefighters in the trouble.

The public was suggested to keep away from the realm. Police stated Carlsbad Boulevard into Oceanside was impacted and drivers ought to select an alternate route.

A helicopter scooped up water from the lagoon and dropped it on sizzling spots at 1:41 p.m., officers stated.

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