SACRAMENTO COUNTY — Fire crews battled a grass fire east of Mather Wednesday after flames jumped a containment line during a controlled burn.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District reported the 50-acre grass fire around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. It was burning in an area near Woodring and Zinfandel drives, which is also located along Mather Golf Course.
Metro Fire announced Tuesday night they would be working on vegetation management burns in the Mather area between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday.
A dozer and a helicopter were also used in the firefight, according to Metro Fire.
#MetroFire crews on scene of a 50 acre grass fire in South @CityofRCordova. Approximately 20 units scene, including Dozer 1 and Copter 2. No structures have been damaged, and no injuries reported. pic.twitter.com/MsaGSfGtlT
— Metro Fire of Sacramento (@metrofirepio) August 7, 2019
No structures in the area have been damaged by the flames and no injuries have been reported.
This story is developing.