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At least 40 people have died due to aggressive wildfires in Northern California's Napa, Sonoma, Yuba and Mendocino counties. The fires have destroyed at least 5,700 homes and businesses as hundreds of firefighters attempt to stem the blazes which have burned more than 150 square miles. Fire officials say that it has been the deadliest week of wildfires in the state's history.


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An estimated 100,000 people have been chased from their homes and the Sonoma Sheriff's Department said they have received more than 1,000 missing-person reports. Officials have been able to track down more than half of those people.  The search for survivers continues.


aerial cul de sac areas


 red fire coming from wood and car


The Napa Valley fires spread quickly due to strong north to northeast winds from Winter Storm Aiden.  Winds continue to increase destroying neighborhoods and complete areas.


 standing homes next to burned


fire oficial reains mobil home park


The fires have burned businesses, including a hotel, wineries, a historic barn, a K-mart and homes at the Journey's End Mobile Home Park in Santa Rosa.


burned living room


goldfish found


cleaning McCain Inmate crew


cars coming to see destruction aereal


aerial intersection


blocks of landfilled areas


burned car w flag


surface pool


Ryan Nelson resident goes through ruins


window vie of smoke



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