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The 35,000-acre Tubbs fire in Napa and Sonoma counties was 44% under control. Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris toured areas in northern California hit by fires on Saturday.The 34,000-acre Redwood and Potter fires in Mendocino County were 20% contained. At a news conference, Brown called the fires one of the greatest tragedies ever faced by Californians.Since then, at least 39 people have died, including 22 in Sonoma County, where Santa Rosa is located.The exact number of new evacuations wasn’t immediately available, but California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection spokeswoman Amy Head said several thousand people in that part of Santa Rosa are being told to leave their homes.More than 200 people have been reported missing since the fires began.Newly released body camera footage shows a Sonoma County deputy racing to help residents flee the fire on the first night, surrounded by flying embers. The deputy drives through neighborhoods with trees engulfed in flames as clouds of hot ash hit the windshield of his patrol car. “I’m in a bad spot.” The deputy was among 15 law enforcement officers going door-to-door in Sonoma County urging people to evacuate Sunday and Monday, KPIX reported.
The state also secured funding to help Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Solano, Sonoma and Yuba counties remove debris and take emergency protective measures, Brown said in a statement. It’s hard to come over here day after day after day,” Crum said.
At least 16 wildfires have burned more than 214,000 acres throughout California, and if any new fires start, officials said they can spread rapidly. Feinstein promised to seek additional funding for people affected by the fires.
Already, about 100,000 people have been evacuated from the fires, which have destroyed an estimated 5,700 structures. Brown also announced the White House approved California’s request for aid to residents of Butte, Lake, Mendocino and Yuba counties who suffered losses.
Police said evacuations were ordered Saturday morning for areas in northeastern Santa Rosa, a city of about 175,000 people roughly 50 miles northwest of San Francisco.
A large part of the city was evacuated earlier when wildfires began tearing through Northern California on October 8.