(CNN) -- A brush fire in Lakeside, east of San Diego, California, prompted the evacuation Saturday of 10 people via helicopter, Cal Fire said.
No structures were immediately threatened by the fire, which has consumed 2,000 acres, said Cal Fire spokeswoman Audrey Hagen.
Two hikers on El Cajon Mountain as well as eight residents in the area were evacuated by a helicopter from the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, Hagen said.
The fire, in Cleveland National Forest, was about 10 percent contained and is not spreading, she said. One firefighter was injured.
CNN's Chuck Johnston contributed to this report.