California wildfires kill 31, deadliest week for fires in state history, official says
Friday, 13 October 2017 () The raging wildfires across Northern California may have been sparked from downed power lines and blown transformers, according to emergency radio traffic released Wednesday.
Since Sunday Northern California has been ravaged by a series of fires that have been called the deadliest wildfire disaster in state history. The fires in Santa Rosa completely leveled an entire neighborhood called Coffey Park which was described as a "little slice of the American dream." The...
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