VENTURA, Calif. -- A wind-fueled brush fire that charred 1,236 acres near a Ventura County beach is now 70 percent contained, Cal Fire officials said.[br /][br /]The blaze, which Ventura County Fire Department officials believe was started by a downed power line, scorched hillsides near Solimar Beach and prompted temporary evacuations for the area[/url].[br /][br /]Residents were eventually allowed back to their homes by Saturday afternoon, but Emma Woods State Beach campgrounds remained closed.[br /][br /]Both directions of the 101 Freeway to State Route 33 and State Route 150 were also shut down until 5 p.m. Saturday.[br /][br /][facebook URL="https://www.facebook.com/venturacountyfire/videos/10153796676344890/?theater" /][br /]The fire, dubbed the Solimar Fire, ate up about 100 acres when it broke out around 10:30 p.m. Friday. Firefighters quickly responded to the blaze and by Saturday morning, more than 600 firefighters from agencies between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles aided in the firefight.[br /][br /]Two flare ups erupted Saturday night, one inside the burn area and another 2-acre spot fire just outside the fire line. Strong north winds started the small brush fire that was pushed toward the 101 Freeway, but firefighters quickly knocked it down.[br /][Ads /][br /]By Sunday morning, only 426 firefighters were at the scene working to fully contain the fire. According to the VCFD Facebook page, two firefighters suffered minor injuries.