A small wildfire broke out on Wednesday morning to the south tonear Sand Dollar Beach and Plaskett Creek ( ).
Firefighters briskly stopped flames from expanding further just before noon, according to a report.
The blaze dubbed the Jadeburned about three acres of wilderness in the vicinity of Jade Cove in .
Winds may have helped to fan the flames, according to firefighters. The smoke plume of the Jadewas visible for miles along the coastline of .
officials are looking into the cause of the .
Plaskett Creekhas become a popular destination for campers throughout the years due to the stunning ocean views and pits.
The state’s Central Coast has not had any rain since December. The vegetation is also drying out.