Although the Walnut brusher is still listed as a working fire, firefighters are now in the mop up phase, with the blaze basically knocked down, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department authorities.
Some of the crews and engines who responded to the two-acre brush fire, as well as air support, have been canceled.
Updated at 5:50 p.m.
A two-acre brush fire in Walnut is burning up hill, but no structures are threatened and no evacuations ordered at this time, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department officials.
The initial call of the fire came in at 5:11 p.m. The two-alarm brusher is located in the area of Grand Avenue and La Puente Road.
Although no structures are threatened, units are in place for structure protection in case it becomes necessary, according to authorities.
Los Angeles County Fire Department firefighters are fighting a brush fire in Walnut in the area of Grand Avenue and La Puente Road, according to authorities.
The blaze erupted around 5 p.m.
This post will be updated at more information becomes available.