Here's What We Know About The Deadly Northern California Wildfires

The deadliest fire has been the Tubbs fire in Sonoma County, which had charred 34,200 acres and was 10% contained as of Thursday morning, according to Cal Fire spokesman Richard Cordova. The fire, which began Sunday night in the hills above Santa Rosa, stormed into the city, destroying scores of homes, a Hilton hotel and big-box stores.

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