The Towsley wildfire that was consuming in the Santa Clarita community of Newhall, irritated by solid winds, was 100% contained by Friday evening.
The fire, which had developed to 184 sections of land, was accounted for at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday close to the 24000 square of The Old Road, as per the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
At a certain point, in excess of 300 firemen were on scene engaging the flares.
The fire was doused about 2:30 p.m. Friday and groups cleared the scene, as indicated by Supervisor Melanie Flores with the local group of fire-fighters.
The L.A. Area Fire Department’s PIO said on Twitter that the effective stop to the fire was because of joint effort from a few teams, including Los Angeles County Fire Department Air Operations Section, Orange County Fire Authority, Ventura County Fire Department, Angeles National Forest, CalFire, Los Angeles Fire Department, Santa Barbara City Fire Department, and Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority Fire authorities.