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Wragg fire reported fully contained as crews mop up

Ashes are all that remains of a sign-in pad to Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve, which is accessed only by pedestrian trails that begin from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Putah Creek Wildlife Area, a15-minute drive west of Winters. The Wragg fire has made the reserve inaccessible to the public.
Ashes are all that remains of a sign-in pad to Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve, which is accessed only by pedestrian trails that begin from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Putah Creek Wildlife Area, a15-minute drive west of Winters. The Wragg fire has made the reserve inaccessible to the public. hamezcua@sacbee.com

The Wragg fire, which started two weeks ago near Lake Berryessa, was reported 100 percent contained Wednesday afternoon, with 8,051 acres burned.

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection officials said crews continued mop-up activities.

The fire started the afternoon of July 22 off Highway 128 near Greaves Road, and burned in Napa and Solano counties. Two outbuildings were destroyed, and four outbuildings and one residence were damaged.

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