Multiple fires broke out across Bay Area Sunday

Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Multiple fires burned across the Bay Area on Sunday.

Smoke was blowing across the Bay causing unhealthy air qualities in many areas.

A Red Flag Warning remains in effect through 11 a.m. on Monday for parts of the North Bay, East Bay, Santa Cruz Mountains and San Francisco Peninsula Coast.

Here is a map that shows the locations of where each fire burned Sunday:

Sonoma County

The Kincade Fire has been burning in Sonoma County since Wednesday night.

The fire has grown to 54,298 acres and is 5-percent contained, according to Cal Fire officials.

A total of 94 structures have been destroyed and 17 damaged.

Two firefighters were injured on Sunday. One suffered minor burn injuries and was taken to a burn center. The second firefighter had more significant burns and was airlifted to Davis.

Cal Fire expects to have full containment of the fire by November 7.

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Oakley

The first fire that broke out in Oakley on Sunday morning was in the Summer Lake neighborhood.

It burned a total of 25 acres.

A second fire broke out burning about 10 acres in the area of Knightsen Avenue and Delta Road.

Evacuation orders were in place for both fires but were lifted by 8:30 a.m.

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Carquinez Bridge

Two fires forced Interstate-80 at the Carquinez Bridge to close on Sunday for most of the day.

A fire near Crockett burned about 200-acres.

A second fire was burning near homes in the Glen Cove area of Vallejo.

All lanes of the interstate have since been reopened.

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Clayton

A fire burning in Clayton around 8:30 a.m. on Sunday forced residents to evacuate.

As of 5:52 p.m., residents in the areas of Clayton Court, Leon Court, Leon Drive, and Leon Way were allowed to return home.

There is no word on how big the fire was.

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Lafayette

A tennis club in Lafayette near Highway 24 was destroyed in a blaze that broke out early in the afternoon.

Fire officials say an outbuilding was damaged and a residential structure had minor damage.

Evacuations were issued, but have since been lifted.

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Martinez

A 50-acre fire burned in the area of Alhambra Avenue and Forest Way in Martinez.

The fire started around 4 p.m. and no structures were damaged.

Evacuation orders were issued but have since been lifted.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

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