A blaze destroyed a small recreational vehicle in front of a home near Glorietta Boulevard and Miguel Avenue Sunday.
There were no injuries reported and the vehicle was being towed shortly after the flames were extinguished by firefighters. Though the fire was in a residential area, no homes were threatened.
Two engines, one truck, an ambulance and crews from the city of San Diego responded to the call, according to battalion chief Dan Mastro.
The fire was out by the time they arrived, but the crew from the truck stayed to help clean up.
Mastro said that these types of fires are not uncommon, but most occur on the Silver Strand near the state beach. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
"There are many feasible causes," Mastro said.
Coronado Councilman Al Ovrom, who witnessed the fire, said “the flames were intense at times, but the heavy winds blew toward the golf course and away from people's homes.”