2-Acre Fire could have started at Homeless Encampment

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capitol city freeway fireSACRAMENTO –
A two acre grass fire started in Sacramento early Monday morning.
The fire started around 4 a.m. near 30th and C streets.
FOX40 reporter Alisa Becerra drove on Capitol City Freeway to get a close view of the fire and said part of her drive was so smoky, it was hard to drive.
Firefighters found a homeless encampment in the area, but the official cause of the fire is unknown.

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