HOLLYWOOD HILLS—A grass fire broke out in the Hollywood Hills area on Sunday, June 9. The fire was moving uphill west of Laurel Canyon and north of Mulholland. The fire burned approximately one-acre.
According to Los Angeles Fire Department Spokesperson Margaret Stewart, firefighters were dispatched to 2898 North Laurel Canyon Boulevard at 12:23 p.m.
Homes surrounding the fire were at risk of exposure, but a total of 55 firefighters contained the fire in an hour and six minutes. Firefighters on the ground were aided by helicopter water drops.
Firefighters remained in the area to conduct mop-up operations. There were no reports of any injuries during the incident. The LAFD noted that hot, dry, and windy conditions increase the chance of a brush fire starting.