SOLANO COUNTY (CBS SF) — A vegetation fire that burned along I-680 near Benicia in Solano County was contained at 20 acres Monday afternoon, according to fire authorities.
Area fire departments and the Cal Fire Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit responded to the vegetation fire burning off I-680 near Oakridge Lane that started shortly before 2 p.m.READ MORE: San Jose Fire, PG&E Crews Respond to Gas Leak on Zanker Road
Cal Fire tweeted about assisting with the incident — being referred to as the Goodyear Fire — shortly before 2:30 p.m.
#GoodFire – CAL FIRE Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit is responding to assist on a vegetation fire off I-680 near Oakridge Ln, Cordelia. If traveling in the area use caution. #CALFIRE#CALFIRELNU pic.twitter.com/Sis0Tkax4t
— CAL FIRE LNU (@CALFIRELNU) June 21, 2021
Fire units working the fire near Marshall Road on I-680 were impacting traffic, closing the right lane according to reports.READ MORE: Santa Cruz County Reports Unvaccinated Man’s COVID Death Is Area’s 212th
A second alarm has been called on the fire and Cal Fire air support has been called, authorities said.
As of about 3 p.m., there were reports that some resources being provided by supporting agencies had been released from the fire and forward progress had been stopped.
The Cordelia Fire Protection District confirmed at around 4 p.m. the fire had been contained at 20 acres.
Vegetation Fire Goodyear Road south of Marshview. 20 acres now contained. Benicia, Fairfield, Suisun District, CalFire, Travis and, Napa County Fire all helped Cordelia with containment. #GoodyearFire #SolanoFire pic.twitter.com/LTzR2ExPIa
— Cordelia Fire Protection District (@CordeliaFire) June 21, 2021MORE NEWS: Fire Burns Home in San Leandro; 1 Hurt