By Bay City News Service

A brush fire that charred 570 acres in Napa County over the past week is 100 percent contained as of Sunday morning, Cal Fire said.

A firefighter suffered a minor injury while battling the Old Fire, but no structures were damaged or destroyed, according to Cal Fire.

The blaze was first reported about 3:35 p.m. May 31 along Old Soda Springs Road, northeast of Napa.

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Source:: The Mercury News


Napa County: ‘Old Fire’ 100 percent contained on Sunday morning

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