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5-Acre Fire Breaks Out in Yorba Linda

No structures were immediately threatened, fire officials said.

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    A 5-acre brush fire broke out in a wild land area of Yorba Linda on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2105.

    A 5-acre fire broke out in Yorba Linda Thursday afternoon, officials said.

    Orange County Fire responded to the call off of Casino Ridge Road around 12:15 p.m.

    No structures were threatened and the fire was eating up brush in the hills, however firefighters began structure protection as a precaution.

    Anaheim Fire and Cal Fire were called in to assist with the blaze in northeast Yorba Linda, which is a wild land area.

    A man was seen handcuffed to a gurney and loaded into an ambulance at the scene of the fire, but it was not immediately clear what role he may have played in the blaze.

    Refresh this developing story for updates.