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Solano County

Solano County sends firefighters to help fight Calistoga fire

By From page A6 | July 02, 2014

FAIRFIELD — Solano County firefighters pitched in Tuesday afternoon to help the effort to control a wildfire east of Calistoga that burned more than 800 acres, at least five structures and was only 10 percent contained.

Ten vehicles and three dozen firefighters from fire departments and fire districts across the county rolled out to the main staging area in Napa.

“It is a true mutual response,” said Don Ryan, Emergency Services Manager for the Solano County Sheriff’s Department of the local response. Departments from Dixon to Vallejo contributed firefighters and engines.

The wildfire started a little after noon at Butts Canyon Road and James Creek Road in the Pope Valley area, according to Cal Fire. Mandatory evacuations of 180 homes covered the area from Butts Canyon Road to north of Snell Valley Road and the Berryessa Estates.

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Ian Thompson

Ian Thompson

Ian Thompson has worked for the Daily Republic longer than he cares to remember. A native of Oregon and a graduate of the University of Oregon, he pines for the motherland still. He covers Vacaville and Travis Air Force Base for the Daily Republic. He is an avid military history buff, wargamer and loves the great outdoors.
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