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Butte County resident Rick Wolfe waited to evacuate his home until he could feel the heat from the Wall fire approaching the night of Saturday, July 8, 2017. He shot video of the flames until then. Rick Wolfe Special to The Sacramento Bee
Butte County resident Rick Wolfe waited to evacuate his home until he could feel the heat from the Wall fire approaching the night of Saturday, July 8, 2017. He shot video of the flames until then. Rick Wolfe Special to The Sacramento Bee

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'Every house is gone and the school is all that's left,' says Sonoma schools leader 1:13

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Tubbs Fire aftermath, as seen from above 1:30

Tubbs Fire aftermath, as seen from above

Employee arrives at Santa Rosa country club to witness devastation 2:02

Employee arrives at Santa Rosa country club to witness devastation

See Bear Fire burning parts of 271 acres in Santa Cruz County 0:09

See Bear Fire burning parts of 271 acres in Santa Cruz County

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