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Sierra Fire in San Bernardino County burns 147 acres

Posted at 11:21 PM, Nov 13, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-14 13:27:59-05

UPDATE (8:05 a.m.) – Fire officials say the fire is holding at 147 acres with 75 percent containment.

There is no longer a threat to structures.


UPDATE (6:00 a.m.) – Firefighters say the Sierra Fire has reached 147 acres. Firefighters will remain on scene throughout the day mopping up and reinforcing containment lines.


UPDATE (11:43 p.m.) – Firefighters said Santa Ana winds are driving the fire south along Riverside Avenue. Firefighters are actively protecting structures but no evacuations are in place.

A brush fire started in San Bernardino County in Fontana Tuesday night.

The so-called Sierra Fire started as a 2-3 acre fire at around 10 p.m. and grew to 20 acres within 15 minutes.

According to NBC Los Angeles, the Sierra Fire is threatening homes on the border of Fontana and Rialto, although no evacuations have been ordered.

This is a developing story and will be updated as new information becomes available.