Wednesday Sep 30 2009 comments Fire burns 60 acres in Roseville By: Press-Tribune Photography by Philip Wood -A +A Buy This Photo Now A fire helicopter and a bulldozer battle a 60-acre blaze in an open field that broke out in Roseville Wednesday afternoon. A Cal Fire chopper drops water on an open field behind homes off of Diamond Woods were fire burned 60 acres Wednesday afternoon. A Roseville firefighter puts out a hot spot just off Diamond Creek in Roseville. Firefighters mop up a hot spot where 60 acres burned in a field behind a housing division off of Diamond Woods in Roseville. A fallen oak tree burns in field in Roseville Wednesday afternoon. The fire consumed 60 acres before it was contained.