Evacuations lifted in Fairfield neighborhood as vegetation fire burns at least 50 acres


FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KTXL) — Evacuation orders have been lifted in Fairfield after a vegetation fire broke out near residential streets and businesses.

The Fairfield Fire Department reports the fire is spreading a the base of Nelson Hill, just off of Mountain Meadows Drive and Cedar Creek Court.

The fire spread roughly 50 acres, Cal Fire said Tuesday afternoon.

Officials had to evacuate around 30 homes on nearby Scotch Pine, Early Amber and Sierra courts.

Link Road between Cordelia and Pittman roads and Cordelia Road between Link Road and Thomasson Lane were closed to traffic.

No injuries or damage has been reported and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

This story is developing. Check back for updates.


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