SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Alum Rock Park has reopened to the public after a grass fire forced officials to shut it down for safety reasons.
The fire destroyed 120-acres in that part of San Jose last week.
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The city reopened the park and its trails on Friday.
Three firefighters were hurt battling the flames in the Sunset Hills neighborhood.
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San Jose City officials reopen Alum Rock Park after grass fire
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