West Kelowna fire crews were able to quickly extinguish a small grass fire at Boucherie Road and Ridge Estates Drive Monday night.
The fire broke out about 9:30 p.m.
Fire captain, Lyle Young says the call was originally for a grass fire approximately 10 feet by 10 feet.
"We had reports on the way that it had grown to approximately 20 feet by 20 feet. When we arrived it had grown to about 20 feet by 50 feet," says Young.
"We just put one line and extinguished it when we arrived and now we're just digging a guard around it and doing a little mop up."
It's far too early to determine how the fire started, however, Young speculated it could have been a discarded cigarette butt fanned by moderate winds.
Young says witnesses in the area saw a couple of kids in the field but believes they were trying to extinguish the fire.