Grass Fire In Solano County 70 Percent Contained
Don't Miss This
- Woman Walking With 2-Year-Old Son Hit, Killed By Man Driving Drunk
- Citrus Heights Gaming Hall Actually Slashes Crime In Surrounding Area
- Starting Tuesday, California Law Requires Drivers To Give Cyclists 3 Feet Of Space On Road
- Missing Christian Brothers High School Volleyball Coach Found Alive In Oregon
- Police Detain ‘Django Unchained’ Actress In LA
Get Breaking News First
FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Cal FIRE is assisting Fairfield local fire crews in the fight against a more than 100-acre fire off of Cordelia Road in Solano County.
The fire is not currently threatening homes, as winds have pushed the fire away to open ground.
The Fire broke out at around 4:20 p.m. Monday near Amber Court and Dawson Creek, and spread to an adjacent hill. It continued to spread to Central Way and Pitman Road, growing to three alarms. Cal FIRE was called to help with the fire and assist with protecting nearby structures.
At around 4:50 p.m., the fire grew to five alarms and was reported to be burning in Solano County as well. It forced the closure of Hale Ranch and Cordelia Roads.
Fire Blankets Sacramento Area In Smoke
Just after 8 p.m., officials announced the fire was 70 percent contained. Crews are expected to be mopping up hotspots all night long.