Crews knockdown brush fire in Hollywood Hills

Within an hour the Los Angeles Fire Department knocked down a brush fire in the Hollywood Hills.

The department says about an acre had burned. This is in the area of Laurel Canyon and Mullholland Dr.

According to the fire department, the fire is 'topography driven (uphill) with no wind currently impacting the fire'.

The department says 55 firefighters were on scene helping to control the blaze.

The fire did not damage any homes and no one was injured.

Firefighters say they will remain in the area to conduct mop-up operations, they are advising people to drive slowly through the area.

The cause of the fire is not known.