Palm Springs brush fire under investigation; hot spot briefly reignites Wednesday. Scorched land covered in rocks was the result of a 40-acre brush fire that burned Tuesday night in northern Palm Springs and nearly forced homeowners to evacuate. No one was injured in the blaze, but firefighters briefly returned to the Chino Cone area to extinguish a hot spot that reignited Wednesday morning. The scene was otherwise clear as investigators worked to determine the cause of Tuesday night's fire between Racquet Club and Tramway roads.
No homes were damaged by the fire, which grew significantly because of gusty winds. According to the National Weather Service, gusts reached 45 mph at 10 p.m. and that's "plenty strong enough" to push flames, meteorologist Joe Dandrea said.
On Wednesday morning, Palm Springs Battalion Chief Jason Loya said, "The weather and the wind were a huge factor in this."
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