Fire in Campo: San Diego County California Recycle Fire Growing

What began as a one-acre brush fire in California's San Diego County grew to 25 acres in less than an hour Wednesday, Cal Fire confirmed. Dubbed the Recycle Fire, the blaze started on Highway 94 at around 10:20 a.m. local time in Campo.

Only 30 minutes later, the fire reached 10 acres, and a short time after, 25 acres.

The fire was not yet threatening any structures and no mandatory evacuations were in place, Cal Fire said. No roads were closed as a result of the fire. It was unclear how the fire began.

At least 11 other active fires were burning in California Wednesday, including the 1,352 acre Stone Fire in Agua Dulce. The blaze, which began Monday, was about 72 percent contained and more than 450 firefighters were deployed to the scene.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.