sonoma - The death toll of natural fires in California has risen to thirty on Thursday. This makes it the most deadly fires ever in the US state.
The fireplaces have destroyed more than 77,000 hectares of land. Due to the predicted strong wind on Thursday, the fire brigade was given the opportunity to dust the firepiles. However, for Friday, winds were still strong. 'And we are still out of this emergency,' said Mark Ghilarducci, director of state rescue agencies.
Of the more than nine hundred reported missing in Sonoma County, 437 people have been in the meantime. 'Of the other 463 people, it is not known whether they are actually victims of the fires or that they have not been able to inform the authorities after they have fled their homes,' said Sonoma sheriff Rob Giordano.