Video Courtesy of Mikala Castellano.

Makua Valley (KHON2) — The U.S. Army said the Army firefighters are battling a wildfire near the South fire break at Makua Military Reservation.

The fire started early morning on Monday, June 13. According to the Army, 10 acres have burned as firefighters contained 10% of the fire thus far.

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The Army said residents and motorists near Makua Military Reservation may see smoke in the sky but there is no threat to nearby facilities or people at this time.

“As the summer continues the heat is increasing and the winds are just as bad. It’s just another day in driver’s education, yet the smell of smoke filled our noses as we drove further towards Yokohama’s. I looked up to the right and saw white smoke rising from the mountains. I was amazed by the responsibility the firefighters had. I just hope everyone stays safe,” said Oahu resident Mikala Castellano.

The cause of the fire is unknown. Army authorities are investigating.