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SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — A brush fire burning along Highway 92 in San Mateo has closed all westbound lanes, according to CHP.

CHP with the Redwood City office tweeted a photo showing a massive cloud of smoke due to the fire shortly after 6 p.m. on Highway 92 near the Ralston exit.

All lanes temporarily blocked westbound SR-92 at Ralston due to a brush fire.

Take alternate routes. Unknown ETO (Estimated Time to Opening) at this time.

— CHP Redwood City (@CHP_RedwoodCity) July 1, 2020

Motorists were being advised to avoid the area in both directions due to the fire.

The San Mateo Consolidated Fire Department and Cal Fire are at the scene. Residents on social media are reporting heavy smoke.

Cal Fire had previously reported that the fire had been knocked down after initially being reported at around 5:22 p.m. At least three engines responded.

Officials are asking the public to “limit calls to 911 regarding the fire unless it is an emergency.”

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Fire drives residents out of home near downtown

SAN ANTONIO – A family was driven out of their home following a fire that broke out Friday morning.

San Antonio firefighters responded to the blaze just before 4:30 a.m. at the home in the 200 block of Pendleton Ave., not far from South Brazos Street.

A battalion chief at the scene said people who live inside the home were able to evacuate without injury.

The fire appeared to have started in a back room but spread to the attic.

Firefighters had difficulty gaining access to the fire because of what they described as a hoarding situation. Fire trucks were also delayed in reaching the fire because of a passing train.

The family will not be able to live in the home for now, fire officials said.

SAFD plans to call in code compliance to investigate the home. Arson investigators were also called to the home, the chief said.

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