Three Cal Fire firefighters have been injured after being hit by a falling tree during a grass fire in Santa Cruz County early Sunday morning.
The firefighters were treated at the fire and then taken to a local hospital.
Officials say all three of them are in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.
More than 50 firefighters responded to a fire around 2:30 a.m. in the area of Eureka Canyon in Corralitos near Buzzard Lagoon Road.
Officials say they were able to stop the fire at less than two acres and is currently 50-percent contained.
In order to reinforce containment lines, crews on the ground and a helicopter continue to stay at the scene of the fire.
It is unknown how the fire started and remains under investigation, according to authorities.
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