'Victor Fire' in Santa Clarita reaches full containment

A fire that broke out in the Santa Clarita area on July 25 has been fully contained.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a call of a fire on North Sierra Highway near Needham Ranch Parkway. The fire shut down roads in the area, which have since reopened.

The "Victor Fire" torched roughly 70 acres before firefighters fully contained the blaze on July 27.

No evacuation orders were issued in relation to the Victor Fire.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.