The fire started on July 22 off state Highway 128 near Greaves Road near Lake Berryessa in Napa County. The cause is still under investigation.
Good news! The #WraggFire near Lake Berryessa is now 100% contained to 8,051 acres. Crews still out there mopping up.— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) August 6, 2015
The 8,051-acre fire destroyed two outbuildings and damaged four other outbuildings and a residence. There were 154 personnel still at the fire this morning, according to Cal Fire.
RAW VIDEO: Wragg Fire flares up
Firefighters are mopping up and on tactical patrol to achieve full containment.
The largest current fire in Northern California is the 68,300-acre Rocky Fire in Lake, Colusa and Yolo counties, is still only 40 percent contained.
PHOTOS: Large fire burns south of Lake Berryessa
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