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Crews quickly contain fire in riverbed near Lompoc


LOMPOC, Calif. -- The Lompoc Fire Department is investigating a brush fire that broke out late Monday night.

It happened around 11 p.m. in the riverbed just south of Highway 246.

Santa Barbara County fire assisted with the response.

The fire burned about two acres.

Officials say the cause is under investigation.

No one was hurt.

Crews responded to two other brush fires in the riverbed over the weekend.

On November 2nd, Lompoc Fire crews put out another 2 acre brush fire in the riverbed.

It happened near Laurel and 12th Street in Lompoc.

Santa Barbara County and Vandenberg Fire Departments assisted in that incident.

There were no reports of injuries.

On Sunday afternoon, Santa Barbara County fire responded to a vegetation in the riverbed near Lompoc.

That incident also burned two acres.

No structures were threatened and no one was hurt.

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