By Todd R. Hansen
Don Ryan was at home in bed when he got the first call about the fire in Napa County.
Within hours of that call, the director of the Solano County Office of Emergency Services had traveled to a parking lot command post in Napa. Not long after that, he made his first call back to Solano County.
“I called them and told them to get our EOC (Emergency Operations Center) going,” Ryan said Monday, nine days after the Atlas Fire ignited about 9:52 p.m. Oct. 8.