Warner Bros. Studio evacuates because of nearby wildfire

The Barham Fire sends smoke aloft from just behind the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California.

(CNN)The Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank, near Los Angeles, was evacuated Saturday.

The Barham brush fire has burned 34 acres in the Hollywood Hills and is 15% contained, a statement from the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
A firefighter suffered a non-life threatening injury to an arm and leg, fire officials said.
A CNN producer near Warner Bros. took this photo of the smoke.
"There are no structures damaged or imminently threatened," the fire department said. Officials encouraged residents to stay inside their homes and have not issued evacuation orders.
    More than 230 fire department personnel are assigned to the fire, the statement said.
    The fire department had stopped the blaze's forward progress, officials said Saturday evening.
    Warner Bros. Studio, like CNN, falls under parent company WarnerMedia.