VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Evacuation orders have been lifted for a neighborhood in Vallejo after a four-alarm vegetation fire damaged homes Tuesday evening, fire officials said.

All evacuation orders were lifted as of 9 p.m. for the impacted areas, which included Silverview Court, Pajaro Way and Skyline Drive between Silverview Court and Pajaro Way.

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The orders were issued at 6:20 p.m., according to a Vallejo Fire tweet.

The Vallejo Firefighters Twitter account first posted about the fire on Skyline Boulevard at about 5:25 p.m. Tuesday, requesting a second-alarm response.

Vallejo Fire quickly updated the situation minutes later, saying one home was involved and multiple homes threatened by the two to three acre brush fire.

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Third and fourth alarms was called on the fire. By shortly before 6 p.m., crews were making progress in containing the fire, though two homes were involved.

At 6:42 p.m. Vallejo Fire said the primary areas of the fire were all knocked down, though the evacuation order still had not been lifted.

Vallejo Fire Public Information Officer Kevin Brown confirmed that three homes were damaged in the fire. He also noted that evacuation order would remain in place for the time being at around 7:10 p.m. until crews were able to finish mopping up.

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Fire crews from Benicia, American Canyon and Crockett were providing mutual aid in the fire with Cal Fire giving some air support.