By Bob Allen

HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – Crews battled a brush fire that burned in Allegheny County near Route 28.

Allegheny County says a brush fire on Burtner Road and Route 28 scorched 5-6 acres, but the blaze was put out quickly.

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It’s believed the fire was sparked by a utility wire being knocked down by a tree.

A West Penn power fixed the downed line.

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Crews Battling Large Brush Fire Near Route 28

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Crews were on scene, using ATVs and tankers to battle the fire.