Authorities say six people have been treated and released after a Central Texas brush fire destroyed 15 mobile homes and more than a dozen vehicles.
Texas Forest Service spokeswoman Lexi Maxwell said Tuesday that crews are working to contain the blaze that started with a 30-acre fire in Leander, about 20 miles northwest of Austin.
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Maxwell says authorities are trying to determine what started the fire Monday afternoon. Maxwell told The Associated Press that some of the heavy brush could burn for a week or two.
The Leander Fire Department says two citizens required medical attention, along with four firefighters who suffered heat-related ailments.
Dozens of evacuated residents were allowed to return to their homes Monday night.