SONOMA (CBS SF) — Fire crews in the North Bay battled a small brush fire near Clearlake Oaks Monday afternoon.
At around 1:25 p.m., Cal Fire announced on Twitter that its Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit was responding to a vegetation fire near the 800 block of Round Mountain Road, Clearlake Oaks.READ MORE: Oakland Ties 2020 Homicide Total in First 9 Months of 2021
Cal Fire has yet to make any official reports beyond that, but according to reporters following Cal Fire scanner reports, the blaze began after an RV caught fire.
🔥RV burning in the vegetation
✈️Air attack requested
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UPDATE: Cal Fire reported at 3:05 p.m. that crews had stopped forward progress of the fire, which was 8 acres at that point. At the time, crews, reported it was 10% contained.
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#RoundFire – UPDATE – Forward progress has been stopped. Fire is approximately 8 acres, 10% contained. Crews will be in the area working.
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This story will be updated.