Here’s where more than 7,500 buildings were destroyed and damaged in California’s wine country fires
The wildfires that ripped through Northern California this month destroyed at least 8,400 homes and buildings, according to state officials. Using satellite imagery and data released by Cal Fire, we’ve mapped over 7,500 damaged and destroyed structures. The scope and scale of damage is among some of the worst from wildfires in state history.
The bulk of the destruction can be found in Santa Rosa, where the Tubbs fire ripped through major residential areas on Oct. 8 and 9.
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