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Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa 2:04

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See Santa Rosa before and after the fire

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Tubbs Fire aftermath, as seen from above

  • Clayton Fire's sweep leaves widespread devastation in Lower Lake

    Fire officials said on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, that it could be a "matter of several days" before evacuations are lifted in some areas destroyed by the Clayton Fire in Lake County. The fire, consuming 3,000 acres and only 5 percent contained on Monday, has destroyed scores of homes, and firefighters have been unable to reach some remote stretches touched by the blaze because of safety concerns.

Fire officials said on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, that it could be a "matter of several days" before evacuations are lifted in some areas destroyed by the Clayton Fire in Lake County. The fire, consuming 3,000 acres and only 5 percent contained on Monday, has destroyed scores of homes, and firefighters have been unable to reach some remote stretches touched by the blaze because of safety concerns. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee
Fire officials said on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, that it could be a "matter of several days" before evacuations are lifted in some areas destroyed by the Clayton Fire in Lake County. The fire, consuming 3,000 acres and only 5 percent contained on Monday, has destroyed scores of homes, and firefighters have been unable to reach some remote stretches touched by the blaze because of safety concerns. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee

Another Lake County fire brings more reaction to its destruction

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

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Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now' 1:01

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now'

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