A debris fire in the San Fernando Valley area sent intense, thick smoke into the air as it burned during a Southern California heat wave.
Crews were battling the blaze, spotted by NewsChopper4 in the Pacoima area at 1:30 p.m.
The clouds of thick black smoke billowed into the air from under and overpass, where many items were on fire at San Fernando and Sheldon roads.
By 1:45 p.m., firefighters appeared to have handle on it.
No structures were damaged, and no people were injured.