Evacuations Ordered After 'Old Fire' Breaks Out in Napa County

A wildfire broke out in California’s wine country on Tuesday, May 31, leading authorities to order evacuations north of the city of Napa.

By Tuesday evening, the “Old Fire” had grown to 376 acres and was only 5 percent contained, CAL FIRE reported. Officials issued evacuation orders along Soda Canyon Road in the vicinity of where the fire began.

This footage, captured by an ALERTWildfire camera on Thursday, shows the Old Fire growing over the course of the afternoon. Smoke can be seen rising from hillsides as the fire expands. Credit: ALERTWildfire via Storyful

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