A wildfire that ignited Friday afternoon near Lake Berryessa was prompting residents along Napa County’s Highway 128 to evacuate. Firefighting aircraft and ground crews were attacking the blaze, which had spread across 100 acres of sparsely populated hills west of the lake by 4 p.m. Cal Fire ordered mandatory evacuations along Highway 128 from Turtle Rock to Sommerton Vineyard.
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