A GRASS fire that burnt approximately five acres in Sedgwick on Saturday is believed to have been started by a mower.
A CFA spokesperson said it took crews just 50 minutes to declare the fire under control.
The spokesperson said crews however remained on scene for several hours.
Eight CFA vehicles attended with FFMVic and air support also assisting.
Country Fire Authority crews are working to contain a grass fire in Sedgwick.
A CFA spokesperson said they were first notified at 16:13 to reports of a grass fire spreading.
"On arrival, crews found a grass fire to the northern side of Huddle Road in difficult terrain," the spokesperson said.
Five vehicles are currently on scene with air support also assisting.
The fire is not yet under control.
More to come.
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