Firefighter Sean Norman, center, and search dog handlers Mary Cablk, left, and Lynne Engelbert look over the remains of a home in the Anderson Springs area of a man missing following a wildfire days earlier Wednesday, near Middletown. Aided by drought, the flames have consumed more than 109 square miles since the fire sped Saturday through rural Lake County. Cooler weather helped crews gain ground and the fire was 30 percent contained Wednesday.
Firefighter Sean Norman, center, and search dog handlers Mary Cablk, left, and Lynne Engelbert look over the remains of a home in the Anderson Springs area of a man missing following a wildfire days earlier Wednesday, near Middletown. Aided by drought, the flames have consumed more than 109 square miles since the fire sped Saturday through rural Lake County. Cooler weather helped crews gain ground and the fire was 30 percent contained Wednesday. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Firefighter Sean Norman, center, and search dog handlers Mary Cablk, left, and Lynne Engelbert look over the remains of a home in the Anderson Springs area of a man missing following a wildfire days earlier Wednesday, near Middletown. Aided by drought, the flames have consumed more than 109 square miles since the fire sped Saturday through rural Lake County. Cooler weather helped crews gain ground and the fire was 30 percent contained Wednesday. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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