(KGTV) -- Just as Southern California is enduring strong winds and threats of wildfire this week as a strong Santa Ana system passes through the region, a fast-moving brush broke out in San Diego County.
The Lilac Fire erupted at the Old Highway 395 cross of Dublin Road just after 11 a.m., Cal Fire said.
The fire has since scorched several hundred acres and destroyed two buildings, believed to be at a mobile home park. 12 buildings have been reportedly damaged.
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