UPDATE: Sepulveda Pass Brush Fire Out, Arson Investigators on Scene


A brush fire is currently blazing in the West Sepulveda Pass. 

The fire began burning around midnight on Tuesday night in the 1300 block West Sepulveda Boulevard in the Bel Air area.

The fire is burning in an eastward direction, near Getty Center Drive. 

The fire is about 30 acres at this time. Conditions are hot and dry with minimal wind. 

Arson investigators with #LAFD are on the scene of this fire in the #SepulvedaPass. The fire started just after midnight. @KNX1070 pic.twitter.com/v7XwHhxVrQ

— Jon Baird (@KNXBaird) June 10, 2020

A blaze in the #SepulvedaPass early today prompted a response of more than 200 #LosAngeles firefighters. Rugged terrain, on the east side of the #405. Not far from #BelAir. Flames are pretty much out , but they’re still smoldering. @KNX1070 pic.twitter.com/nldjIwUBT8

— Jon Baird (@KNXBaird) June 10, 2020

There are no formal evacuations at this time. No structures are currently threatened. The cause is under active investigation. 

#BrushFire; 12:13AM; 1300 N Sepulveda Bl; #BelAir; 30+ acres burning east of 405 Freeway near Getty Center Drive. #LAFD #LACoFD #MRCA. pic.twitter.com/UTPTwwVwn9

— -------- ---------- (@PIOErikScott) June 10, 2020