Sheriff reports 9 people dead in Northern California wildfire that has now become state’s most destructive
PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — Sheriff reports 9 people dead in Northern California wildfire that has now become state’s most destructive.
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One year ago this month, California’s wine country was ravaged by more than 20 major wildfires, one of which was the Tubbs fire, among the most destructive. By the time it was extinguished, more than 20 people had been killed and nearly 40,000 acres devastated. Photographer Justin Sullivan returned to Santa Rosa, the city most severely affected by the fire
The Tubbs fire is thought to have been sparked by power lines toppled by gale-force gusts and fanned by hot, dry “Diablo” winds that blew...