16 Devastating Pictures From The Aftermath Of California's Wildfires

A neighborhood is left destroyed by fire near Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa.

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Fire Station 5 lies in ruins after a firestorm swept over the neighborhood in Santa Rosa.

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A firefighter douses hotspots inside of a home destroyed by the Canyon Fire 2 in Anaheim Hills.

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Homeowner Martha Marquez looks over her burned home in Santa Rosa.

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The remains of an Arby's restaurant is left in ashes after burning down in Santa Rosa.

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A McDonald's restaurant burnt to the ground in Santa Rosa.

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A resident goes through personal belongings in a parking lot next to a fire damaged Arby's restaurant in Santa Rosa.

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A Fountaingrove Village resident surveys the remains of the home he has owned for four years in Santa Rosa.

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Charred fermentation tanks drip wine at a destroyed Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.

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Burned out wine bottles sit on a rack at the fire damaged Signarello Estate winery in Napa.

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A stairwell is all that remains from a building near the Olea Hotel in Glen Ellen.

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Jim Hanks uses a wheelbarrow to remove a fawn he found in the backyard pond of his Fountaingrove home, one of the only homes on the block that survived in Santa Rosa.

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A bubbling underground river of wine flows away from a burned Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.

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A destroyed car is left charred in Carneros, a town just outside of Napa.

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Patio furniture is left charred and melted in Napa.

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A statue of Jesus praying with arms raised is left standing among a number of fire damaged buildings at Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa.

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Full story: Least 17 People Killed As Fast-Moving Wildfires Destroy Homes In California

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