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Tesla fire extinguished, all roads open

Crews mopped up five-day grass fire Sunday

Firefighters achieved full containment of the 2,700-acre, five day Tesla Fire east of Livermore Sunday.

The fire, which had been burning since 2:45 p.m. Wednesday when it was reported, was in the vicinity of Tesla and Corral Hollow Roads, between Tracy and Livermore in unincorporated Alameda County.

Sunday morning, crews mopped up, putting out hot spots and securing the fire's perimeter, according to Cal Fire.

No injuries were reported in the grass fire, although an abandoned outbuilding was destroyed.

— Bay City News Service

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