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As the Glass Fire continues to expand, parts of Napa and Sonoma counties are under evacuation orders and/or warnings Monday. In the already scorched area, strong winds fanned flames, burning homes and prompting overnight evacuation orders affecting more than 50,000 people.
According to Cal Fire, the Glass Fire (which also involves the combined Shady and Boysen fires in Sonoma County) has burned 11,000 acres and remains at 0 percent containment at last review.
The Glass Fire first broke out on Sunday in Napa and has spread to Sonoma since then.
The fires in the popular wine country of Napa-Sonoma came as the region approached the third anniversary of the Tubbs Fire that erupted in 2017. About a month earlier, several of the same people were evacuated from a lightning-sparked fire path that had become the fourth-largest in state history.
Mandatory evacuation orders were issued before midnight Sunday for the following zones in and on the outskirts of Santa Rosa:
- Calistoga North
- Calistoga South/Skyhawk
- Oakmont North
- Oakmont South
For those driven from their homes by the Shady Flames, Sonoma County and the city of Santa Rosa have set up multiple emergency evacuation points:
- Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds, Petaluma, 175 Fairgrounds Drive.
- Building for Petaluma Veterans, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. Petaluma, South.
- The Veterans House of Santa Rosa, 1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa.
- A Spot to Park Tennis, 2375 W. Santa Rosa, 3rd St.
- Raceway Sonoma, 29355 Arnold Drive, Sonoma.
Glass Fire: Never wait til the last second to evacuate. This video is from Deputy Matt Macomber, one of several deputies currently evacuating parts of Napa County. pic.twitter.com/YQXFirJ0aV— Napa County Sheriff's Office (@NapaSheriff) September 27, 2020