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SONOMA COUNTY (CBS SF) — An RV fire on State Highway 37 east of CA-121 in Sonoma County has closed westbound lanes and triggered a grass fire, according to reports. According to the KCBS Traffic Twitter account, shortly before 2 p.m., westbound lanes of the highway were shut down due to the RV fire, which also spread to nearby vegetation. READ MORE: Eastbound lanes were also affected, with major delays developing in both directions. #SonomaCounty : #TrafficAlert for Hwy-37 at Hwy-121. Westbound lanes are blocked by an RV on fire that has sparked a grass fire. Westbound is completely shut down. Eastbound lanes are affected. Major delays are developing in both directions. #KCBSTraffic — KCBS Radio – The Traffic Leader (@KCBSAMFMTraffic) May 21, 2021 About a half an hour later, CHP reported that westbound lanes were still blocked, but eastbound lanes of Highway 37 were open. UPDATE: Vehicle Fire on Westbound CA-37 East of CA-121 in Sonoma County. All Lanes Remain Blocked. Eastbound CA-37 All Lanes Open. https://t.co/ITRwoLsl4h — 511 SF Bay (@511SFBay) May 21, 2021 READ MORE: Traffic was being diverted off of westbound Highway 37 to northbound Highway 121, according to CHP. KCBS reported that a second fire had started near the original location shortly after 3 p.m. We’re now getting word a separate (second) fire burning in #SonomaCounty near 121 and 37. #KCBSTraffic https://t.co/fdtdQOGMl5 — KCBS Radio – The Traffic Leader (@KCBSAMFMTraffic) May 21, 2021 At 3:25 p.m., CHP reported a second vehicle fire on westbound […]