At least four hikers had to be airlifted from the Verdugo Mountains in California after a blaze broke out that spread across 150 acres. Vanessa Johnston reports.
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Fire crews battled a 150 acre brush fire in California's Verdugo Mountains Sunday.
At least four hikers had to be airlifted out of the area.
Nearly 200 firefighters were dispatched to the scene as the blaze quickly grew from 10 acres at around 12:30pm to 150 acres by 8pm.
So far, there have been no evacuation orders and no damage has been reported.
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