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Wednesday afternoon inferno burned two acres near Trestles
A fire was sparked Wednesday near the railroad tracks in San Onofre State Park near Trestles, authorities said about 7 p.m. that day.
The fire, which burned about two acres of foliage, was contained by Camp Pendleton Firefighters and Orange County Fire Authority after about an hour and a half. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Witness Ed Burke, who contributed photos to San Clemente Times, said he could see the smoke from a pedestrian trail.
The Interstate 5 southbound Cristianitos on-ramp was closed for about 90 minutes by the CHP.
No injuries have been reported.