HOLLYWOOD HILLS—On Sunday, June 9 there was at least four brush fires throughout Southern California.
One of the brush fires transpired in the Hollywood Hills west region around noon on the 2000 block of North Laurel Canyon Boulevard. There was a total 55 firefighters active in preventing the brush fire from getting worse.
It took firefighters a little over an hour to extinguish the brush fire out and some firefighters remain in the area to clean up the area, the Los Angeles Fire Department noted.
According to the National Weather Service, there has been a heat wave advisory throughout Los Angeles County. The NWS indicated that 95 percent of wildfires are caused by humans.
The NWS provided tips on how to help the prevention of wildfires by avoiding several actions such as, equipment use, driving vehicles near dry grass, smoking in areas with dry vegetation, target shooting outdoors, burning yard debris, campfires, and never tossing cigarette butts.