United States: Emergency crews respond to a structure fire in Vallejo, California, late June 30

June 30, 2022 | 21:15 UTC

Emergency crews responding to a structure fire in Vallejo, California, USA, late June 30. Heightened security, localized disturbances likely.





Emergency crews respond to a structure fire at Sharon Street and Broadway in Vallejo, California late June 30. Authorities say the fire is under control and recovery operations are underway. However, they recommended drivers avoid Broadway between Sereno and Tuolumne, and Sonoma between Yolano and Iffland. There are no reports of injuries; the cause of the fire is unclear.

Authorities will likely maintain heightened safety and road advisories in the area to aid the ongoing response. The ongoing disturbances will likely continue once emergency responders put out the fire, as investigators inspect the incident.

Vallejo is about 20 km south of Napa.


Avoid the area until authorities clear it. Look for alternate routes around the incident site. Allow extra time to reach destinations in the affected area until July 1. Consider staying indoors if you are affected by heavy smoke, especially if you have a respiratory condition such as asthma or conditions that increase your risk of exposure to smoke. Eye irritation is possible; rinse irritated eyes thoroughly with clear water.


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