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Brush fire erupts in Pauma Valley

PALA, Calif. (KGTV) -- A brush fire erupted in Pauma Valley Tuesday afternoon, sending a plume of thick, white smoke into the atmosphere. The fire broke out around on the 13800 block of Highway 76 near Pala Road around 2:50 p.m. and, according to Cal Fire, has already scorched at least 10 acres. Cal Fire is sending a an aircraft to help fight the fire. No structures are being threatened at this time. Winds in the area Tuesday could reach 14 miles per hour before winding down later this evening. The humidity, which is currently at 50 percent, should also help firefighters fight the blaze.  The fire is now 10 percent contained. 
#AguaFire [update] IC reports the fire still at 10 acres and is now 10% contained. pic.twitter.com/mdUk2h7S3b — CAL FIRE SAN DIEGO (@CALFIRESANDIEGO) May 22, 2018
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