A raging wildfire in California’s Napa Lake has spread to 570 acres and prompted an evacuation of the region’s vineyards and surrounding towns.
Members of the public are encouraged to avoid the area at this time.
May 31, 5 p.m.: A Napa County bushfire first reported about 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon threatens structures and has required forced evacuations, officials say.
Evacuations include individuals living in the Old Soda Springs and Soda Canyon Streets areas.
Smoke from the fire is reportedly visible several miles away.