Air and ground crews responding to a grass fire north of Los Angeles managed to keep the blaze in check on September 25, according to local officials.
The wind-driven fire in Tehachapi, California caused the shut down of Highway 58 for almost an hour, according to the local press.
This footage, taken by the Kern County Fire Department, shows aerial operations that the department said helped limit the fire to under 20 acres. The department said that 11 water drops were made, along with firefighting efforts on the ground. Credit: Kern County Fire Department via Storyful