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Sonoma County Sheriff: 150 missing-person reports filed in wake of fire

Los Angeles Times

At least 11 people have died in Northern California fires that continue to ravage multiple counties, while the Anaheim Hills fire in Southern California has scorched between 5,000 to 6,000 acres. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office reported seven fire-related deaths late Monday. In addition, two died due to the Atlas Fire in Napa County, one died in Yuba County and one died in Mendocino County, according to CalFire. Local hospitals are treating others for injuries. At least 1,500 structures have been destroyed in more than 15 Northern California fires, covering collectively more than 100,000 acres.


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Los Angeles Times

In addition, two died due to the Atlas Fire in Napa County, one died in Yuba County and one died in Mendocino County, according to CalFire. The Canyon 2 fire in Anaheim Hills has burned 7,500 acres, destroyed 24 structures and injured one person. In addition, two died due to the Atlas Fire in Napa County, one died in Yuba County and one died in Mendocino County, according to CalFire. The Canyon 2 fire in Anaheim Hills has burned 7,500 acres, destroyed 24 structures and injured one person.


Nine Orange County schools closed because of Anaheim Hills fire

Los Angeles Times

At least 11 people have died in Northern California fires that continue to ravage multiple counties, while the Anaheim Hills fire in Southern California has scorched between 5,000 to 6,000 acres. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office reported seven fire-related deaths late Monday. Local hospitals are treating others for injuries. At least 1,500 structures have been destroyed in more than 15 Northern California fires, covering collectively more than 100,000 acres. Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency for Napa, Sonoma and Yuba counties.


White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on the wildfires: 'Our hearts go out to the people of California'

Los Angeles Times

At least 13 people have died in Northern California fires that continue to ravage multiple counties, while the Anaheim Hills fire in Southern California has scorched between 5,000 to 6,000 acres. CalFire reported 13 fire-related deaths as of Tuesday morning. Seven died in Sonoma County, three in Mendocino County, two were in Napa County and one was in Yuba County. Local hospitals are treating others for injuries. At least 1,500 structures have been destroyed in more than 15 Northern California fires, covering collectively more than 100,000 acres.


Santa Rosa resident laments fire damage: 'It just had so much character'

Los Angeles Times

At least 11 people have died in Northern California fires that continue to ravage multiple counties, while the Anaheim Hills fire in Southern California has scorched between 5,000 to 6,000 acres. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office reported seven fire-related deaths late Monday. In addition, two died due to the Atlas Fire in Napa County, one died in Yuba County and one died in Mendocino County, according to CalFire. Local hospitals are treating others for injuries. At least 1,500 structures have been destroyed in more than 15 Northern California fires, covering collectively more than 100,000 acres.