LOMPOC, Calif. - Forward progress of the #Harrisincident fire has been stopped at 2 acres, according to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department.
The fire was burning in moderate fuels and at a slow to moderate rate of spread.
Air tankers and helicopters were dispatched.
No structures were threatened and no injuries have been reported.
Fire crews will remain at the scene until the fire is fully put out.
Vegetation Fire, 3602 Harris Grade Rd, Lompoc. #Harrisincident C/T 1247. 2 acres burning in moderate fuels at a slow to moderate Rate. No structures threatened. No injuries. I will update as info becomes avail. Call newsline for more info.@YourFireChief @EliasonMike pic.twitter.com/cqlHDYvHJT— Daniel Bertucelli (@SBCFireInfo) July 13, 2019
Fire crews are battling a vegetation fire in Lompoc Saturday afternoon.
The fire was initially reported at an oil field located at 3602 of Harris Grade Road.
Some power lines near the fire have been reportedly knocked down and are intermixed in the fire, according to Santa Barbara County Fire Department dispatchers.
Fire personnel said the fire is moving at a slow rate of spread.