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60-acre wildfire burning in small Riverside County community; no homes damaged

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HEMET, California — A wildfire has burned 60 acres of brush in a small Southern California community in the inland region east of Los Angeles but no homes have been damaged and there are no evacuations.

The Riverside County Fire Department says the fire broke out in Aguanga shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday.

More than 200 firefighters and nine aircraft are fighting the blaze in the community, which lies about 2,000 feet above sea level not far from Hemet and north of the Cleveland National Forest.

No injuries are reported and there's no word on what sparked the fire.

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