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Fire destroys home, displaces three near Sebastopol

A fire destroyed a home in the 11000 block of Bodega Highway west of Sebastopol, Calif. Friday, October 11, 2019.

A fire displaced three men from a single-story residence west of Sebastopol in rural Sonoma County on Friday morning, Gold Ridge Fire Protection District Chief Shepley Schroth-Cary said.

A passerby reported the fire in the 11000 block of Bodega Highway between Jonive Road and Silala Lane around 5 a.m., and two-thirds of the residence was burning when firefighters arrived, Schroth-Cary said. Firefighters kept the flames that destroyed the residence from burning more than a half-acre of vegetation, and the fire was controlled by 9 a.m. No injuries were reported, Schroth-Cary said.

Firefighters from Cal Fire, Occidental, Sebastopol, Graton also responded, Schroth-Cary said.

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