Firefighters contained a grass fire that scorched about 14 acres northeast of Santa Clarita Monday afternoon, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Dubbed the Peter Fire, the incident was first reported shortly after 4pm in the 3000 block of Dwight Lee Street.
Aircrews estimated the fire to be around 14 acres at 6 p.m. The fire was burning in grassy fuel with 5-10 mph southwesterly winds blowing, according to LA County Fire.
The fire was fully brought under control by 8:30 p.m. according to CalFire.
Authorities on site reported that some nearby structures were threatened by the fire, but no evacuations were ordered.