*UPDATE: The fire that burned on Lion's Head on Sunday appears to be under control on Monday morning.READ: Cape Town fire under controlOn Sunday afternoon, the fire that broke out on Lion's Head lower slope near Quarry Hill in Cape Town spread to Signal Hill and Sea Point. Cape Town Fire spokesperson Theo Layne on Sunday evening said there was currently no need for immediate evacuation, but added that the fire was being fanned by a strong southeasterly wind. "Currently we have more than 70 firefighters with about 20 firefighting vehicles on the scene," Layne said. He said Signal Hill Road remained closed and more roads could be closed. Fire on Lion's Head and Signal Hill is still going strong. Wind is quite strong and flames have gone over to Sea Point. All the best to the fire brigade! Video by my cousin Annelize Smit. @TeamNews24 pic.twitter.com/qF9f9wrwTe— hanlie gouws (@hgeez) January 27, 2019 A Twitter user posted a video of a second fire that had started in Woodstock just after 21:00.2nd fire started in Woodstock. Spreading incredibly fast! #CapeTownFire #CapeTown pic.twitter.com/pDlzvt15Qn— Justin Engel (@jett_fuel) January 27, 2019The WC provincial government has built up fire fighting and disaster response capacity to a level never seen before. If it wasn't for that, the damage and scale of the disasters over the past 3 years would have been much worse. #WCfires #KloofNekFire — James Styan (@jamesstyan) January 27, 2019 Earlier on Sunday News24 reported that fire crews and emergency services were tackling the fire. Layne then said four fire engines and two helicopters that would be water-bombing were on the scene. "We have approximately 20 firefighters assisted by Table Mountain National Parks. We responded to the incident at about 15:45," Layne said. Layne said the cause of the fire was undetermined at this stage.Western Cape local government spokesperson James-Brent Styan said firefighters were still battling a fire on Van Der Stel Pass near Grabouw.Uh oh. Massive fire on Lions Head. pic.twitter.com/1re9vTnDvH— Angel Campey (@YesReallyAngel) January 27, 2019 He said there were very long fire lines and bad wind conditions were also making it difficult for the crews. Brent said there was however no threat to structures and people at this stage. Big fire signal hill/lions head side pic.twitter.com/TuJOWHyQDz— ??! (@darrynvdwalt) January 27, 2019 Helicopters arriving for a fire that seems to be on Lions Head #CapeTown @vwsfires pic.twitter.com/i8ePdM7Hns— Sonja Delport ?? (@Edelweiss_Delp) January 27, 2019 On Sunday afternoon, the Greater Overberg Fire Protection Association (FPA) said the area between Houwhoek to De Rust was very active and had threatened to reach the N2. Styan said the N2 between Peregrine and Houwhoek hotel was closed due to smoke coming from the Houwhoek pass. The R321 road is also closed. "The most intense activity is in the area between Houwhoek (the hotel and guest houses are safe and not threatened) and Cherry Clamping. Difficult conditions and majority of resources deployed here," FPA said on Facebook.