YOUNTVILLE, Calif. — Officials have lifted all evacuation orders after firefighters made significant progress on a wildfire burning in Northern California wine country.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says the 65-acre blaze is burning 3 miles west of Yountville, in Napa County. It is 80 percent contained.
All mandatory evacuations orders put in place for hills southwest of Oakville were lifted Tuesday evening. Cal Fire says the blaze, which started Monday, is projected to be fully contained by Wednesday night.
No injuries or damaged structures have been reported.
Cal Fire says 12 engines, 180 firefighters, three water tenders, six air tankers, four helicopters and three bulldozers have responded to the vegetation blaze. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.