Firefighters battling two-alarm brush fire in Pleasanton

PLEASANTON — A brush fire Thursday afternoon grew quickly to two alarms, according to the Alameda County Fire Department.

Fire crews were in the 4500 block of River Rock Hill Road and trying to stop the spread, according to dispatchers with the agency. It was not known immediately when the fire first was reported.

No other information was available immediately.

Please check back for updates.

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