Crews stop forward progress of two to three acre vegetation fire in Templeton
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, Calif. – Crews stopped the forward progress of a vegetation fire off of Battering Rock Road in Templeton, according to Cal Fire SLO.
WILDLAND FIRE: Firefighters & #RockIC at scene near the 2300 block of Battering Rock Rd. East of Templeton CA. #slocountyfire pic.twitter.com/uORT8LcZUo— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) May 16, 2023
Cal Fire SLO spokesperson Toni Davis said this fire is about two to three acres and initially threatened two structures, but has since been mitigated, as of 2:07 p.m.
The fire started because of an unmaintained weed eater, according to Cal Fire SLO.
"We ask you all to please maintain your 100' of defensible space during the cooler time of day," said Cal Fire SLO. "Maintain all equipment prior to using."
The call time for this fire was 1:34 p.m. on Tuesday.