Brush fire closes down Interstate 15
Interstate 15 was closed in both directions in the Lytle Creek area of San Bernardino County because of a brush fire.
The fire was reported before 2 p.m. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said the blaze was 15 acres and growing. It was visible from the freeway.
Caltrans did not say how long the 15 would be closed. The closure is at the Sierra Avenue exit.
The fire broke out on a day of triple-digit temperatures in parts of Southern California.
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