Firefighters knock down 4-acre brush fire in Santa Clarita

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Los Angeles County firefighters were battling a 4-acre brush fire in Santa Clarita

Los Angeles County firefighters battled a 4-acre brush fire in Santa Clarita that was knocked down at 3:54 p.m. Friday.

"No homes are threatened right now," said fire Inspector Scott Miller before the blaze was put out. 

Officials said the fire was on a hillside near Bouquet Canyon and Haskell Canyon roads. The Los Angeles Fire Department sent a helicopter to assist in extinguishing the fire, Capt. Erik Scott said. 

Temperatures in Santa Clarita at 4 p.m. were about 100 degrees.

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