Update (12:37 p.m.): The brush fire along the 134 Freeway has been extinguished, according to a Glendale Fire Department spokeswoman.
"The fire has been knocked down and currently we're working on the mop-up and overhaul of the entire area," Glendale Fire spokeswoman Brandy Villanueva said.
The fire burned about five acres of brush and did not affect any structures or force any evacuations, Villanueva said. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
A brush fire has erupted along the 134 Freeway and Glendale Fire Department units are responding to the blaze, according to a department official.
The fire broke out along the 134 at Sleepy Hollow Drive and emergency responders got the call at about 10:50 a.m., according to the Glendale Fire Department.
ABC7 reports the fire is a second alarm blaze. The 2, 3, and 4 lanes of the 134 are being affected, ABC7 reports.
Residents along Sleepy Hollow and Glenoaks Canyon are being prepared for a possible evacuation, according to the Glendale News-Press. Water-dropping helicopters are assisting in the firefight, the News-Press reports.