Fish Fire: Crews contain brush fire in Duarte

Los Angeles County Fire Department crews have fully contained a brush fire that broke out on Sunday in Duarte.

What officials called the "main fire" in the Opal Canyon was named the Fish Fire. 

Fire officials said the fire burned roughly 60 acres before it was fully contained.

According to the department, two fires were burning Sunday evening in the Fish Canyon/Riverbed and Opal Canyon areas. The fires broke out around 4:13 p.m. By 6 p.m. crews had put out the fire in the riverbed. 

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The response caused some road closures. Mel Canyon Road and Brookridge Road were closed until 10 p.m. Sunday. Encanto Park, which was used by crews to deploy helicopters, opened for regular hours on Monday.