Makakilo, Hawaii - UPDATE 6/3 9 P.M.:

  • A total of seven fire units responded to the brush fire near Kamehameha Highway and Paalaa Uka Pupukea Road.

The first fire unit arrived at 12:10 p.m. and the fire was reported under control at 1:06 p.m. and contained at 1:50 p.m. 

One and a half acres burned and no structures were threatened by the fire. 

No injuries were also reported for this incident. 

The cause of the brush fire has been deemed 'undetermined.'

  • Honolulu firefighters responded to a brush fire near the Makakilo cutoff on the H-1 Freeway westbound.

A total of 10 fire units staffed with 27 firefighters were assigned to the incident. Firefighters arrived on the scene at 12:35 p.m. and the fire was reported under control at 1:36 p.m.

It was contained at 2:02 p.m.

A total of three acres were burned and no structures were threatened by the fire.

No injuries were reported for this incident. The cause of the brush fire has been deemed accidental.

  • Firefighters responded to a brush fire near Farrington Highway and Laaloa Street. Two fire units responded and the fire was reported under control at 2:22 p.m. 

One acre was burned and no structures were threatened by the fire. No injuries were reported.

Fire officials have completed their investigation and have deemed the fire and intentionally set.

The case has been handed over to Honolulu Police.

  • The Honolulu Fire Department responded to a brush fire on Lahilahi Street at 2:03 p.m. Monday.

Five fire units and 12 firefighters responded arrived at the scene at 2:07 p.m. 

The brush fire was reported under control at 4:24 p.m. and contained at 6:30 p.m. 

Five acres were burned as a result of the fire and no structures were threatened by the fire. In addition, no injuries were reported for this incident.

Fire officials have determined the brush fire to have been intentionally set and the case has been handed over to Honolulu Police.

  • Honolulu firefighters responded to a brush fire near Farrington Highway and Laaloa Street at 4:33 p.m. Monday.

Five fire units responded to the incident with 15 firefighters.

The first unit arrived at 4:40 p.m. and the fire was reported to be under control at 5:04 p.m. and contained at 5:43 p.m.

A total of three acres were burned and no structures were threatened by the fire. 

No injuries were reported for this incident.

Honolulu fire officials have determined that the fire was intentionally set and the case has been handed over to Honolulu Police. 

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At least four brush fires were reported in a three-hour period Monday afternoon.

The first was in Wahiawa, then another in Makakilo, and another in Makaha.

In Wahiawa, flames flared up along Kamehameha Highway near Paalaa Uka Pupukea Road near Dole Plantation.

Firefighters responded around noon and contained the fire nearly two hours later.

The Makakilo fire caused a backup in the westbound lanes of the H-1 Freeway just before the Makakilo off-ramp around 12:30 p.m. Monday.

The fire sent plumes of smoke onto the freeway and firefighters were able to contain it within about an hour.

The Makaha fire started on Mauna Lahilahi or 'small mountain' along the shoreline.

Honolulu firefighters say that is right near the Hawaiian Princess at Makaha oceanfront resort.

Firefighters were able to get the fire under control around 4:30 p.m. 

At this time the cause of the fires have not yet been determined. 

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Two brush fires broke out on O'ahu Monday afternoon -- one in Honokai Hale, another in Makakilo, and the third in Wahiawa.

The fire in Makakilo is burning mauka near the Makakilo off ramp westbound.

The second fire is burning in Honokai Hale near Ko Olina.

The third fire burning in Wahiawa is going into the north shore.

Firefighters are working to put out the flames.

More details to come as they surface.