Lost Hills, CA., Sunday at approximately 8:54 A.M. The Kern County Fire Department dispatched a first alarm wildland fire response to HWY 46 approximately 3 miles west of HWY 33. Upon arrival crews found approximately 5 acres of grass burning at a slow rate of spread with no exposures threatened. Crews made access and quickly went to work containing the fire. A Cal Fire Air Attack and two Air Tankers made multiple retardant drops to assist with slowing the spread of the fire. Kern County Fire Department’s Helicopter 407 also arrived on scene and assisted with water drops. Crews were able to stop the forward progression of the fire at approximately 9:54 A.M.. Units remained on scene for an additional hour and a half mopping up and making sure all hot spots were put out. The total acreage of the fire was 14.7 acres. There were no injuries to fire personnel or civilians.