A brush fire that started Friday in the Sepulveda pass near the Getty Center has been fully contained. Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department announced that the LAFD had the fire 100 percent in control around 1:40 p.m. Sunday, after tearing through 90 acres of land.
Scott reports that no structures were damaged and no one was injured. The LAFD will station officials there overnight to ensure against flareups.
LAPD had over 300 firefighters working on the blaze, including assistance from Los Angeles County Fire Department, Santa Monica Fire Department and Beverly Hills Fire Department. Super Scoopers also picked up some of the slack.