The cause of Sunday morning's fire that gutted much of a home on Las Amigas is still under investigation, a spokesman at the Cal Fire Greenwood Ranch Station said.
No one was injured in the blaze. Residents were home at the time of the 4 a.m. fire, but "they all got out in time -- no one had smoke inhalation or anything like that," the spokesman said.
Occupants of the house were the ones who called it in, he said.
Firefighters, who brought more 1,000 gallons of water in two water tender trucks, were able to get the fire under control within an hour, the spokesman said.
It was not immediately clear where the fire started. He had no immediate estimate on the cost of damages to the home
"We're still working on that," he said. "It will be a few days."
PREVIOUSLY: 12 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, 2013. Firefighters from Cal Fire, Napa County Fire and Schell Vista fire deparments responded to a blaze at a home on Las Amigas in unincorporated Napa County early Sunday.
Witnesses said the call came in at about 4 a.m. There were no injuries, they said.
The front half of the house was gutted by the fire. The rest of the home sustained smoke and heat damage, witnesses said.
Cal Fire officials were not immediately available for comment.