UPDATE 2: In another update Saturday morning, BLM estimated the control time of the fire to be 6 p.m. Sunday night. The fire was mapped at 320 acres.
UPDATE 1: As of 9 p.m. Friday night, the US forest service and Boise City Fire had stopped the active fire spread at 150 acres of land according to a Twitter update by The Bureau of Land Management Idaho Fire.
ORIGINAL STORY: Crews are responding to a brush fire near Lucky Peak.
The fire was first reported around 5:50 p.m. off E. Columbia Road near the Micron. Boise Fire Department is responding to the fire. The Bureau of Land Management Idaho Fire reports the Bonnie Fire, near Bonneville Point, is currently 30 acres in size.
It is unknown how the fire broke out or the exact size.
#BLMBODFire fighting the #Bonnie Fire near Bonneville Point east of Micron. 30+ acres in size. Resources responding 5 engines, 2 dozers, 3 helicopters and 1 heavy air tanker. pic.twitter.com/A7R4QGCN0l— Bureau of Land Management Idaho Fire (@BLMIdahoFire) July 10, 2021
Idaho News 6 will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.