Human activity likely sparked 128-acre fire
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    Stanford foothills scorched in 128-acre blaze

    Commuters caught in gridlock as firefighters from two counties battle flames

    A blackened Stanford Dish hiking trail was closed Tuesday following a blaze that consumed 128 acres of the foothills between Highway 280 and Junipero Serra Boulevard Monday afternoon and evening.

  • Human activity likely sparked 128-acre fire

  • Grass fire breaks out at Stanford Dish

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    Bay City News Service contributed to this report.

    — Bay City News Service

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