Total Acreage: 107,407 Tubbs Fire: 36,432 Pocket Fire: 16,552 Sonoma Nuns Fire: 34,398 Napa Nuns Fire: 20,025 Total Containment: 80% Tubbs Fire: 92% Pocket Fire: 73% Total Sonoma & Nuns Fires: 82% Firefighter Injuries: 0 Civilian Fatalities:
Most residents in Kenwood have had the opportunity to return home after the evacuation orders have been lifted. Many came back to their houses mostly or fully intact. Some, however, were not so fortunate. At many neighborhoods
As of 3:00 p.m., the following mandatory evacuations have been lifted: The Rincon Valley, Sky Hawk and Los Alamos area of Santa Rosa. This includes all evacuated areas north of Highway 12, east of Calistoga Road to
Returning Home After a Wildfire The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions while returning home after the fire. To ensure your safety and the safety of first responders, please: Adhere to road closures
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Day 10: Further containment of the fires: More evacuees return home, (Oakmont, parts of Larkfield-Wikiup, outer regions of Geyserville) more to come. Police, National Guard presence continues 53 Missing Persons Supervisors: met in Windsor yesterday: Declared a local health
This page will update news on the North Bay Fires, including damage, injury information and any news events. Donations/Volunteer UPDATE 10/17/17 5:09PM Some road closures removed October 17, 2017 5:05 p.m. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and
Amy Head from Cal Fire stopped by the KSRO studio to give us the latest on the wildfires that have swept Sonoma County and beyond.
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