YOLO CO. (KTVU) - Evacuation orders have been issued for parts of Yolo County because of a quick moving vegetation fire that's threatening several structures at Country Road 41 and Highway 16 near the towns of Rumsey and Guinda.
Hwy 16 Yolo county at Rumsey Canyon is closed due to vegetation fire, NB is closed at Guinda. No ETO. pic.twitter.com/0NJaifQojp— Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) June 9, 2019
An evacuation center has been established at the Esparato Boy Scout Cabin, located at 16980 Yolo Ave in Esparto.
#SandFire Evacuation Center is the Esparto Boy Scout Cabin at 16980 Yolo Avenue— YoloCountyCA (@YoloCountyCA) June 9, 2019
Local Bay Area fire agencies were responding, as of Saturday afternoon.
Out of County Wildland Fire Strike Team Call Out | 5 Engines requested to assist Yolo Couty RT@Cal_Fire #SandFire off County Road 41 & Highway 16, Rumsey in Yolo County is 100 acres. pic.twitter.com/whdyuRefnX https://t.co/whdyuRefnX— Solano County Fire 🇺🇸 (@SolanoFire) June 8, 2019
Sonoma County and Marin County Sheriff's announced that smoke seen in Sonoma and Marin Counties was from the Sand Fire, and was not a threat to any of Sonoma or Marin Counties.
Smoke seen in Sonoma County is from Yolo/Lake County. There is no threat to Sonoma County at this time. https://t.co/jzsKxX1PsD— Sonoma Sheriff (@sonomasheriff) June 9, 2019
Marin County is currently getting drift smoke from a Sand Fire in Yolo County. There is no local danger. Red Flag warning is still in effect. pic.twitter.com/rcXzfnP34n— Marin County Fire (@marincountyfire) June 9, 2019
Here's a look from Sonoma County
And here is what it looks like from Marin County, as of 7:10 p.m., Saturday.