Updated: Wednesday 9:35 a.m.
Inspector Matt Levesque of the LA County Fire Department said that firefighters reported the brush fire at Templin Highway held at 20 acres and air units were released at 4:51 p.m. Tuesday. The fire was completely out shortly thereafter.
Tuesday update: The Los Angeles County Fire Department is reporting 10 percent containment on a fire at Interstate 5 and Templin Highway that has grown to 20 acres since being first reported.
No structures are threatened.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department is reporting a 5 acre fire at Interstate 5 and Templin Highway which began at 3:28 this afternoon.
A SigAlert has been issued for the north bound I-5 with 3 to 4 lanes closed for the next hour.
Initial reports indicate the fire was started by a big rig. 115 fire personnel are headed to the 1st alarm fire.
The fire is burining a North and East direction.