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California all burned in fire & flames; 31 dead, many missing




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The most devastating inferno, wildest among the city history has captured many in the hellfire accident in California. The misery and heartbreak caused by one of the deadliest wildfire outbreaks in California’s history aren’t going to end anytime soon, officials said Thursday.

“We’re not even close to being out of this emergency,” Mark Ghilarducci, the director of California’s Office of Emergency Services, said Thursday afternoon.

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The raging fire ruptured on Sunday, further have got swept in Country’s wine direction leaving thousands missing, homeless and terrified covering over 1900o acres of land area.Weather forecast has no sign of improvement for 8000 firefighter’s battling 20 blazes.

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) announced Thursday that the fires have claimed 31 lives, while Sheriff Rob Giordano of hard-hit Sonoma County said his department has received around 1,100 reports of missing persons. Of those, “745 of them, roughly, have been located safe,” while “we still have 400 outstanding,” Giordano said, noting that the actual figure may be smaller because there are sometimes duplicate reports.

He said targeted body recovery efforts had begun in cases where all other leads were exhausted.
“We’re moving into a recovery phase,” he said. “We have cadaver dogs up here that can basically scent bodies and help us find people.”

One of the officials confirmed the death of 17 people out of which 10 people have been recognized and identified. The bulk of people belongs to the age groups of 70-80 years, youngest among them is around 57 yrs only.
More than 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed, including several wineries in Sonoma and Napa counties, the heart of the state’s extensive wine production.

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“Our hearts are broken by this tragedy that took members of our Correction family,” said W. David Guice, chief deputy secretary of the Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice. “Words cannot express our deep sorrow. We will work closely with investigators to learn the circumstances of today’s incident and bring to justice those responsible.”

President Donald Trump has declared a major disaster in California, freeing up federal funding and resources to help fight the fires, and Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency in eight counties.

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