Structures Destroyed by Wildfire in Sonoma County, Cal Fire Says

The Point Fire burning near Geyserville, California, had covered more than 1,000 acres at 15 percent containment on Monday, June 17, Cal Fire said.

The fire started on Sunday and had already destroyed several structures.

Evacuation warnings and orders were in place for a number of areas in Sonoma County. Credit: Cal Fire via Storyful

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Oesoes Intel 12, 616 21 58 hours.

The point incident, Lnu Sonoma County fires mapped at 1013 acres starting at the heel of the fire off Gag Springs Road.

We're coming up the left flank of the fire, uh continue up the left flank, the burning brush, mixed timber coming up to the left shoulder.

Now we're getting close to Mountain Home Ranch Road and uh coming up now a little further past the left shoulder up close to the head.

Now we're closer to Mountain Home Ranch Road.

We do have a spot fire outside of Mountain Home Ranch Road but has not crossed dry Creek road and we'll zoom in on the spot fire right now.

There's a spot fire out approximately 2500 ft out in front of the main fire.

Coming back down the right flank.

We uh got a lot of active fire here.

We'll keep coming down the right flank and we'll just slowly start coming back towards the heel of the fire.

Switching to IR as we come back down the right flank, we're going to come over and you'll see the very active spot on the right flank, the most active spot on the right flank next to a reservoir and a report.