SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — Fire crews in Santa Rosa were able to Sonoma County Fire crews contain a vegetation fire burning south of the city Tuesday evening, according to authorities.
The Santa Rosa Fire Twitter account posted at around 5:45 p.m. that firefighters were assisting the Sonoma County Fire District with a vegetation fire in the 400 block Bellevue Avenue south of the city limits.READ MORE: Dixie Fire Update: Firefighters Battle To Save Chester; 'We Lost Greenville Tonight'; Lassen Volcanic National Park Shut Down
The post warned that smoke is significantly impacting West Santa Rosa.
Shortly before 6 p.m., the account posted that the spread of the fire had been stopped, though smoke might still impact some areas near Santa Rosa.READ MORE: Napa County Officials Issues Order Mandating Facial Coverings Indoors
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*Bellevue Ave Fire Update* The spread of the fire has been stopped. There is no threat to the City. Smoke will continue to impact west Santa Rosa. pic.twitter.com/MjucA60kCz
— Santa Rosa Fire Department (@SantaRosaFire) July 14, 2021
Fire officials are investigating the cause of the fire.