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Firefighters stop forward progress of 110-acre fire in California Valley, now 95% contained

Courtesy of Cal Fire SLO and PG&E

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, Calif. – Firefighters stopped the forward progress of a 110-acre fire near Alleghany Road and Angwin Trail, according to Cal Fire SLO.

Cal Fire SLO said crews have about 95% of the fire contained as of 5:30 p.m., and the call time for this fire was 12:23 p.m.

Fire officials said this fire started from a debris pile. Crews are likely to remain on scene during the night, especially if the winds kick up, according to Cal Fire SLO.

Cal Fire SLO said it sent a full response including seven engines, two dozers and aircraft.

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