Fire Near Winters Grows Quickly; Contained At 369 Acres
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WINTERS (CBS13) – Firefighters have contained a fire near Winters that quickly grew Saturday afternoon.
The fire is off of County Road 31, which is a little over 4 miles north of Winters. It was first reported Saturday afternoon. As of around 5 p.m., the fire had grown to 150 acres according to Cal Fire.
By 6 p.m., crews reported that they had contained the fire at 369 acres.
Authorities told CBS13 that no structures were threatened.
Crews from the City of Davis and West Plainfield Fire Departments helped with firefighting efforts.