Brush fire started in Miami-Dade Co.
Updated On: Feb 09 2014 04:15:54 PM EST
A brush fire that began just after 4 p.m. Saturday has burned 15 acres.
Five fire trucks and air rescue responded to the fire, which began near the intersection of SW 136th Street and Krome Avenue in Miami-Dade County.
Officials said some palm trees were burned in the fire, but there were no injuries and no property was damaged.
While officials report that the fire has been contained, it is not completely out.
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