Residents return to devastated Coffey Park
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Sifting through through the remains in Coffey Park

Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Jason Miller, 45, prepares to plant an American flag on the charred remains of his house as residents of Coffey Park, devastated by the Tubbs fire, return home on Oct. 20.

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Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Rick Serdin, 60, a resident of Coffey Park for more than 30 years, sifts through the charred remains of his home. 

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Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

An incinerated ickup truck rests beside a row of charred trees in the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa, which was devastated by the Tubbs fire.

 (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Mark McCarty’s boots are caked with ash as he helps a relative sift through the charred remains of a home in Coffey Park.

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Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Mark Sharp sifts through the remains of his Coffey Park home searching for his wife’s wedding band.

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Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Coffey Park resident John Wimmer and his sister-in-law, Laura Babbini, try to retrieve valuables from his burned home.

 (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Coffey Park resident Jason Miller checks for fire damage to his SUV.

 (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Residents return to devastated Coffey Park

Chris Druey, 47, turns over the ashes of his burned home in Coffey Park hoping to recover possessions on Friday.

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