Creek Fire Scorches 30 Acres in San Bernardino National Forest, Reaches 75 Percent Containment

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Crews continued making progress Sunday on a fire burning in the San Bernardino National Forest.

The Creek Fire, which started on Saturday near Highway 330 and Forest Road 1N09, had burned 30 acres and was 75 percent contained as of Sunday evening, according to a tweet just after 5 p.m. from the San Bernardino National Forest.

About 175 personnel were helping douse the flames, which forced the closure of Forest Road 1N09, officials said earlier.

Two injuries were reported, but the extent of those injuries was not clear. No structures were damaged or threatened, the tweet read.

The cause of the blaze was under investigation.

Anyone with questions regarding the Creek Fire was asked to call 909-383-5688.

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