Cal OES Dispatch’s Mutual Aid Resources to Help Fight the Wragg Fire

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Photo Courtesy of Kristi Mercado

As the Wragg fire near Lake Berryessa swiftly burns over 6,900 acres with only 5 percent containment, Cal OES has been quick to respond in dispatching all necessary resources requested to help fight this fire.  The following lists the current resources that have been requested to help assist in the firefighting efforts:

 

 

Wragg, Vegetation Fire, Napa and Solano and Yolo Counties

Location: Hwy 128, Markley Cove, Lake Berryessa

Fire Started on: Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 1426 hours

Fire Resources:

Cal OES Strike Teams/Task Forces:  4

Local Gov’t Strike Teams/Task Forces:  10

Total Strike Teams/Task Forces:  14

Total Engines:  70

Total Cal OES Engines: 20

Total Firefighters:  247

Total Cal OES Chiefs:  2

Agencies: 73

  • Napa County Fire Department
  • San Francisco County Operational Area
  • San Francisco Fire Department
  • Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District
  • Petaluma Fire Department
  • Santa Rosa Fire Department
  • Sonoma Valley Fire and Rescue Authority
  • Moraga-Orinda Fire Protection District
  • El Cerrito Fire Department
  • Fremont Fire Department
  • Hayward Fire Department
  • Oakland Fire Department
  • Alameda Co Fire Department
  • Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department
  • Monterey Co Operational Area
  • Salinas City Fire
  • Aromas Fire Protection District
  • North Co Fire District
  • Presidio of Monterey Fire Department
  • Fort Hunter Liggett
  • Monterey Co Regional Fire District
  • Marin Co Operational Area
  • Corte Madera Fire Department
  • Novato Fire Protection District
  • So Marin Fire Protection District
  • Mill Valley Fire Department
  • Larkspur Fire Department
  • Marine Wood Fire Protection District
  • Sacramento Fire Department
  • Folsom Fire Department
  • Cosumnes Fire Department
  • Sacramento Metro Fire Department
  • West Sacramento Fire Department
  • Santa Clara Co Fire Department
  • Santa Cruz Co Operational Area
  • Scotts Valley Fire Protection District
  • Branciforte Fire Protection District
  • Santa Cruz Fire Department
  • Central Fire Protection District of Santa Cruz
  • Zayante Fire Protection District
  • San Jose Fire Department
  • Sonoma Co Operational Area
  • Wilmar Fire Department
  • Rancho Adobe Fire Protection District
  • Gold Ridge Fire Department
  • Sonoma Valley Fire and Rescue Authority
  • Glen Ellen Fire Protection District
  • Central Fire Authority of Sonoma County
  • Healdsburg Fire Department
  • Forest Hill Fire Protection District
  • Solano Co Operational Area
  • Montezuma Fire Protection District
  • Dixon Fire Department
  • Fairfield Fire Department
  • Vallejo Fire Department
  • Yolo Co Operational Area
  • West Plainfield Fire Protection District
  • Woodland Fire Department
  • Willow Oak Fire Protection District
  • Yocha DeHe Fire Department
  • Winters Fire Department
  • Davis Fire Department
  • Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety
  • Sacramento Co Operational Area
  • Colusa Co Operational Area
  • Williams Fire Protection District
  • Arbuckle/College City Fire Protection District
  • Colusa Fire Department
  • Maxwell Fire Protection District
  • Santa Barbara Co Fire

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  • Santa Clara Co Fire Department
  • Escondido Fire Department
  • Chico Fire Department
  • South Lake Co Fire Protection
  • Upper Lake Fire Protection District
  • Kelseyville Fire Protection District

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