Fire crews made headway on a brush fire that started in the Lake Berryessa area of Napa County, containing 70 percent of the blaze by Monday morning, Cal Fire said.
Cal Fire spokeswoman Suzanne Blanketship also downgraded the acres of charred wildland from 6,900 to 6,591 by Monday morning. One home, a walnut orchard, a water supply well head and a handful of outbuildings have been damaged or destroyed by the "Wragg Fire," burning in Napa and Solano counties, she said. The fire was first reported Wednesday at 2:24 p.m. at 7700 state Highway 128 near Wragg Canyon Road.
The cause of the fire was originally described as a car accident, but Cal Fire said the cause is still under investigation.
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All evacuation orders have been lifted.