A fire burning Wednesday in San Francisco led authorities to briefly close a freeway off-ramp in the Bernal Heights neighborhood.
Firefighters brought the "wildland fire" on a hillside under control around 11:15 a.m.
That was about 45 minutes after it led to the closure of the southbound 101 exit at Cesar Chavez Street, the San Francisco Fire Department said.
It burned 1 acre and did not cause any injuries nor damage any structures, the fire department said.
An alert from the city pinpointed the location to Peralta and Holladay avenues.