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Wragg Fire Containment Grows; All Roads Open; Evacuations Lifted

Noah Berger / AP

Firefighters hike up a hillside to battle the Wragg fire near Winters, Calif., on Thursday, July 23, 2015. According to Cal Fire, the blaze has scorched 6,900 acres and is 47 percent contained as of Saturday morning, July 25, 2015.

Noah Berger / AP

Lighter Winds, Cooler Temperatures Aid Crews In Battle Against Wragg Fire


8:30 a.m. Sunday - Crews continue to make progress on the Wragg Fire, as containment grew to 60 percent. Acreage burned stands at 6,900. The Lake Solano campground remains closed due to fire equipment staging. No further road closures are expected.

Cal Fire reports that bulldozers and hand crews continue to construct fire line in steep and rugged terrain.

Barring major changes, this will be the final update for this fire. Click the Cal Fire incident report for the latest changes.

-Capital Public Radio staff

 


5:43 p.m. - The Wragg Fire in Napa and Solano counties is holding steady at 6,900 acres, but is 55 percent contained. 

Officials say all evacuation orders and road closures have been lifted. 

There will be a town hall meeting held at 6 p.m. at the Winters Fire Department located at 700 Main Street, Winters, CA 95694. 

8:05 a.m. - Crews continue to make progress on the Wragg Fire, as containment grew to 47 percent overnight Friday. Fire officials say evacuations remain for the Quail Ridge community and Sackett Lane, while Hwy 128 is now open. Acreage burned stands at 6,900.

Canyon Creek area has been repopulated.

The fire is located in an area with steep and rugged terrain, some of which is inaccessible. Fire crews continue to make progress and construct line around the fire.

The Red Cross Evacuation Center at the Winters Community Center is now closed. A large animal evacuation center remains open at 29775 County Road 31, Winters, CA.  

-Capital Public Radio staff