Since late Sunday, a series of wildfires has torched roughly 200,000 acres in Northern California. The conditions is being called one of the misfortune firestorms in state history.
On Thursday, a clearer picture of the extinction began to come together.
The blaze began on Sunday evening and strengthened as strong, dry winds pulled many apart fires across vast swaths of fields and freeways. Officials guess that more than 3,500 homes, businesses, and other structures in eight counties have now been ravaged by the fires.
At slightest 29 people are dead, and the death fee is approaching to arise as rescue workers transparent by the rubble. More than 460 people have been reported missing in Sonoma County as of Thursday.
These before-and-after photos give us a glimpse of the destruction.