(UPDATE: September 24, 2018 7:28 a.m.) The Charlie Fire is now 30% contained and one firefighter is suffering from minor injuries, according to officials.
(UPDATE: September 22, 2018 6:13 p.m.) The Charlie Fire has burned 1200 acres, according to LA County Fire.
The three-alarm brush fire is threatening structures in the area near Castaic. It is 0% contained.
LA County Fire dept. units working 3rd Alarm brush Fire in Castaic. Charlie IC. 1200 acres, 0% contained, structures threatened, unified command with ANF #Charliefire TI
— LACounty Fire PIO (@LACoFDPIO) September 23, 2018
Multiple fire crews are responding to the Charlie Fire that is burning near Castaic.
Multiple Los Angeles County Fire Department Air Operations helicopters are responding to the fire.
— LACoFireAirOps (@LACoFireAirOps) September 22, 2018
No word on how many acres the fire has burned so far or how much is contained.