Tuna Fire: Crews contain brush fire burning in Malibu area off the PCH near Tuna Canyon Road

A brush fire erupted early Friday morning in the Malibu area but no injuries were reported.

The "Tuna Fire" was burning in a remote area approximately one mile up Tuna Canyon Road from the Pacific Coast Highway on the east side of the road.

The blaze erupted around 12:45 a.m. Friday morning and burned at least six acres before crews were able to fully contain the blaze over the weekend.

More than 150 Los Angeles County Firefighters responded to help battle the flames.

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LA County Fire reported that the fire was presenting access challenges for firefighters.

"From the road, firefighters have had to hike in approximately 2,000 feet + worth of hose to get to the area currently burning. This has been done via a narrow trail and in steep, rugged terrain," LA County Fire wrote on Twitter.

No structures were threatened and no injuries were reported, fire officials said.

The cause of the fire remained under investigation.

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