Tustin: Suspicious Fire Burns Brush Near Former MCAS Tustin

05.11.2020 | 10:59 PM | TUSTIN – A suspicious fire burned a brush and a fence, Monday night.

Authorities responded to reports of a vegetation fire burning near the intersection of Armstrong and Warner avenues south of blimp hangars on former MCAS Tustin around 10:59 PM.

Crews arriving on scene located a small fire burning brush and a section of fencing.

Firefighters quickly doused the blaze and discovered a gallon jug that may have been used to start the fire.

Fire investigators responded to the scene to investigate due to the suspicious nature of the fire.

No injuries were reported.

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