OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) — A four-alarm brush fire that started in Oakland Friday afternoon burned at least four structures, according to a tweet from the Oakland Fire Department. OFD said at 3:29 p.m. that the fire was under control, but crews are still working on hotspots.

OFD said the fire is near 35th Avenue and MacArthur Boulevard. Crews are protecting structures on Quigley Street near the Chevron gas station. One firefighter was hospitalized for heat-related injuries.

The fire has blocked the right and center lanes westbound on I-580 west of 35th Avenue, according to a 511 alert.

There was also a large power outage in the area of the fire. PG&E said at 3:12 p.m. that 7,662 customers were without power. The issue has since been resolved.

Image from PG&E’s outage map.

This is a developing story. Stick with us for updates.