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Cal Fire Crews Stop Forward Progress Of Lake County Vegetation Fire

LAKE COUNTY (CBS SF) -- Cal Fire units on Thursday afternoon responded to a new vegetation fire burning in Lake County, according to officials.

The Cal Fire LNU Twitter account posted about the fire shortly before 3:30 p.m. Thursday. The fire -- being referred to as the Wolf Incident -- is burning on the 3000 block of Wolf Creek Road in Clearlake Oaks.

Clearlake Oaks is a census designated area located on the extreme southeast end of Clear Lake, about 13 miles east-southeast of the town of Lakeport.

A short time later, Cal Fire LNU officials said the fire had grown to 15 acres.

Shortly after 5 p.m., Cal Fire officials reported that the forward progress on the fire had been stopped. It remained at about 15 acres and was 50 percent contained.

So far, no evacuations have been ordered. Travelers are being told to expect some delays in the area.

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