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11:28 p.m. - Cal Fire reports the Valley Fire has spread to at least 25,000 acres in Lake and Napa counties.
There are many reports of homes being burned, and residents trapped inside the fire area.
Just In - The #ValleyFire in Lake County has grown to 25,000 acres. Hundreds of firefighters working throughout the night protecting homes.— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) September 13, 2015
9:40 p.m. - Cal Fire, South Lake County Fire Protection District along with multiple Local Fire Departments from Lake County are at scene aggressively fighting the Valley Fire.
The fire is at 10,000 acres and is burning in a southeast direction from the Community of Cobb towards the communities of Middletown and Hidden Valley Lake.
There have been an unconfirmed number of structures destroyed. During initial attack, four members of Cal Fire's Copter 104's crew suffered burn injuries and were transported to the UC Davis Medical Center, where they are in stable condidtions with second-degree burns.
Cal Fire has updated the evacuations and road closure reports:
Mandatory evacuations: Bottle Rock Road, High Valley Road, Hwy 175 Cobb, Hwy 29 Tubbs Lane (Calistoga, Napa County) to Hwy 29/Hwy 53 (Lower Lake, Lake County) Butts Canyon Road to Napa County Line, including Berreyssa Estates. Communities of Cobb, Seigler Canyon, Loch Lomond, Middletown and Hidden Valley LakesEvacuation Centers:
- Kelseyville Presbyterian Church and Gard Street Elementary in Kelseyville
- Calistoga Fair Grounds in Calistoga
7:50 p.m. - Evacuaton Center opens
Update on the 4 burned firefighters from the #ValleyFire. All suffered 2nd degree burns and are in stable condition at UC Davis Medical— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) September 13, 2015
7:20 p.m. - Cal Fire reports the Valley Fire has exploded to 10,000 acres, and has forced mandatory evacuations in Lake County. Four Cal Fire firefighters have been injured and transported to a local burn center.
The #ValleyFire in Lake Co. is now 10,000 acres. Evacs along Hwy 29 from Clear Lake down to Tubbs Ln in Calastoga over to Berryessa Estates.— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) September 13, 2015
Middletown in Lake County is now under a mandatory evacuation due to the #ValleyFire. Hwy 29 now closed at Lower Lake to Middletown.— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) September 13, 2015
3:15 p.m. - Cal Fire reports that four firefighters have been transported to a burn unit after being injured on the Valley Fire, which started Saturday afternoon and has grown to 400 acres.
The #ValleyFire in Lake County has grown to 400 acres. Mandatory evacuations for the Community of Cobb, Harbin Hot Springs & Big Canyon Rd.— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) September 12, 2015
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