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Solano County Fairgrounds shelters livestock evacuated from fires 2:21

Solano County Fairgrounds shelters livestock evacuated from fires

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'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?' 1:19

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?'

Watch as hero dog Odin reunites with his sister 1:53

Watch as hero dog Odin reunites with his sister

Checking up with hero dog Odin and the goats he protected 1:11

Checking up with hero dog Odin and the goats he protected

California wildfires in pictures: 7 days of devastation and struggle 1:06

California wildfires in pictures: 7 days of devastation and struggle

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire 0:47

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire

Survivor cat rescued by PG&E worker among wine country fire devastation 0:38

Survivor cat rescued by PG&E worker among wine country fire devastation

Images from the Oakland Hills fire (October 19, 1991) 0:36

Images from the Oakland Hills fire (October 19, 1991)

Drama of Northern California fires caught on camera 1:11

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