UPDATE (11:05 a.m.) - Fire crews have stopped the Madonna Fire's progress, SLO City Fire shared on Twitter just before 11 a.m.
The fire burned roughly 1 to 2 acres of grass along the Cerro San Luis trail.
Crews remain on scene putting out hot spots.
#MadonnaIC VEGETATION FIRE UPDATE: Forward progress has been stopped at approximately 1-2 acres. Crews are on permitter control extinguishing hot spots. #SLOCity @CALFIRE_SLO pic.twitter.com/7gDNrGp1Pq— San Luis Obispo City Fire Department (@SLOCityFire) June 7, 2022
Fire crews are at the location of a brush fire that broke out near the Cerro San Luis trailhead Tuesday morning.
The fire was first reported at 1177 Fernandez Rd in San Luis Obispo at about 10:30 a.m.
SLO City Fire and CAL FIRE SLO both sent crews to the fire. They are calling it the "Madonna Fire."
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.