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Vegetation fire sparks in Hopland, Structures Threatened

UPDATES:

6:22 P.M IC: Hose Lay around the fire, Forward Progress Stopped

6:20 P.M Cal Fire copter 601 Onscene


Hopland, Ca 5/29/24 A vegetation fire (Dubbed the Eagle Fire) has erupted in the 4500 block of Feliz Creek Road in Hopland, California, threatening structures in the area. According to Incident Command (IC), the fire is currently estimated to be between 1.5 to 2 acres in size and is burning in grassy oak woodland.

The fire, which began shortly before 5:30 PM, has prompted an immediate response from CAL FIRE, who have deployed a helicopter and ground crew to the scene. Additional state and local firefighting resources have also been requested to help contain the blaze and protect nearby properties.

Local authorities have indicated that several structures are at risk, and residents in the vicinity are urged to stay vigilant and be prepared to evacuate if necessary. The cause of the fire is not yet known, and an investigation will commence once the fire is brought under control.

**Updates will be provided as more information becomes available. Residents should stay tuned to local news outlets and CAL FIRE updates for the latest developments and any potential evacuation orders.**

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