sonoma - The fire brigade, helped by improved weather conditions, has made progress on Friday's fight against natural fires in California, the deadliest in the history of the US state. Rescue workers who search for trawls with detective ruins have so far kept the physical remains of 35 people.
The fire sea, which began Sunday night in the wine region north of San Francisco, has estimated an estimated 5700 houses and business premises in the ashes. At least 25,000 residents were killed. Because alone in Sonoma County there are more than 200 missing people, it is expected that the death penalty will increase even further.
Governor Jerry Brown visits the affected area on Saturday in the company of the two California members of the US Senate