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Sand Fire ignites at Rumsey, Yolo County, grows to 125 acres



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This is a developing news story; check back for details.

A vegetation fire has sparked in the morning in Yolo County, Thriving Several Structures California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

The Sand Fire On County Road 41 and Highway 16 near Rumsey, which reported at 2:37 pm, according to Cal Fire. A view from a PG Wildfire camera at Lake Berryessa showed a billow of black smoke rising from the Capay Valley just before 5 p.m.

Caltrans said just after 5 p.m. It was closed Highway 16 at Guinda because of the blaze.

Will Power, a spokesman for Cal Fire's Sonoma-Lake-Napa unit, said crews on the ground and in the air are attacking the blaze.

Mandatory evacuations are being put into place along Highway 16 at several spots where structures are being threatened, Power said. Power said.

Wyatt Cline, who works at the Guinda Corner Store near the fire said the homes included along the highway north of County Road 45.

An evacuation center has been set up at Esparto's Boy Scouts Cabin, 16980 Yolo Ave. [19659013Thefireisaboutthreemilessouthoflastyear'sCountyFirewhichisknownastheGuindaFirewhichstartedJune302018Thatfireburned90288acresanddestroyed20structuresbeforeitwascontained

Pope Valley Road, near Calistoga. The Ink Fire started around 2:30 p.m. Saturday and reached 25 acres before fire crews were able to stop their spread. It's currently 60 percent contained, according to Cal Fire.


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