The reason for a rapidly spreading fire in Thousand Oaks stayed under scrutiny Friday as firemen worked nearer to containing the blast.
Notwithstanding solid breeze blasts, full regulation on the Erbes Fire was normal by Friday night, as indicated by Ventura County fire authorities.
Up to 250 acres have been burned in the fire.
The Erbes Fire broke out at around 5 p.m. Thursday on the north side of Erbes Road, close to Sunset Hills Boulevard by the 23 Freeway.
Around 70 homes were cleared. Nonetheless, the departure request was lifted a little before 9 p.m. Thursday.
Ventura County Fire Department groups kept the blazes from arriving at any homes, and nobody was harmed.
“We are going to go out and get some Starbucks for them (the firemen), at any rate, everything we can do, you know” thankful Thousand Oaks property holder told.
The reason for the fire stays under scrutiny.