6:44 a.m. Glass Fire grows to 11,000 acres: The fire that began early Sunday morning near St. Helena, in Deer park, has exploded to 11,000 acres and is zero percent contained, according to Cal Fire. On September 27, 2020, at 3:50AM a a vegetation fire was reported near N Fork Crystal Springs Rd, North of St. Helena. St. Helena. Known as the Shady Fire and the Boysen Fire, those fire … NAPA COUNTY (CBS SF) – Crews in the North Bay are making progress containing the Pope Fire that broke out in Napa County east of the communities of Angwin and Saint Helena … “If … The area near St. Helena is still under evacuation orders but some neighbors briefly allowed into the fire zone to assess the damage. St. Helena Scouts clear brush to make Angwin forest more fire-resilient St. Helena Police Log, Nov. 23-30 St. Helena student's sustainability research results in landfill fashion shoot Active Fire Data. ST. HELENA (KPIX 5) — In Napa County, the Glass Fire struck multiple generations of the Maher family, leaving three homes owned by family … The fire conditions in that area near the border of Saint Helena and Santa Rosa were intense as flames and embers could be seen from a good … Just hours after the Glass Fire churned through the hills above St. Helena and Napa Valley, Antonio Velazquez walked past the ruins of his neighbors’ homes toward his house, a … This incident has been named the "Glass Fire". There are two major types of current fire information: fire perimeter and hot spot data: Fire perimeter data are generally collected by a combination of aerial sensors and on-the-ground information. These data are used to make highly accurate perimeter maps for firefighters and other emergency personnel, but are generally updated only once every 12 hours. ST. HELENA, Calif. (KTXL) — Awoken by smoke and surrounded by flames, a St. Helena couple said they rushed out of their home early Monday morning, barely escaping the Glass Fire. Meanwhile, two more blazes — thought to be “spot fires” caused by the Glass Fire — were reported just west of St. Helena. The raging Glass Fire roared through wine county near St. Helena Sunday, quickly growing to more than 2,500 acres, burning through vineyards, destroying structures, driving at … The Glass Fire burning near St. Helena in Napa County, California spurred mandatory evacuations and has burned at least 800 acres. (Napa County Sheriff's Office)