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Images of the devastation from California wildfires

Officials say there are 35 deaths confirmed in the intense wildfires sweeping northern California since last weekend. Most of the dead have been reported in Napa and Sonoma counties. Latino vineyard workers have been hard hit.

Por: Univision
Publicado: 14 Oct | 02:36 PM EDT
California Fire
1/19
The fire consumes a barn in Glen Ellen, Sonoma County. Firefighters are also battling fatigue, and unhelpful windy weather conditions which are not expected to improve in the coming days. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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California Fire
2/19
A Glen Ellen resident in Sonoma County hurries to salvage some belongings from the fire. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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California Fire
3/19
Colby Clark and his mother Bonnie Trexler are escorted by police to their home in Napa, where they hope to recover medicines and personal items.
Foto: Ap | Univision
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California fire
4/19
California firefighters in Calistoga, Napa's tourist city known for its wine tastings and its hot springs. "You should not be in Calistoga if you're not a rescue worker," said Mayor Chris Canning, who mentioned that disobeying the evacuation order is a unwanted distraction for the rescue workers. Foto: JIM URQUHART/Reuters | Univision
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California Fire
5/19
A house and a car burn in Fountaingrove, Santa Rosa. Most of the dead have been reported in Sonoma County, the area most affected by this disaster and where the largest number of people missing or have yet to be located by their families. Foto: Ap | Univision
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California Fire
6/19
An aerial shot of a charred street in Santa Rosa. The total number of reports of missing persons has risen to 900, but 437 have been found to be safe and sound, and these were cases in which they simply could not communicate with their families. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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Incendio California
7/19
Several vineyards in the Napa Valley were destroyed in the fires. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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Incendio California
8/19
An aerial view of a residential area in Santa Rosa, burned by fires. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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Incendios California
9/19
Un grupo de viviendas se queman en Santa Rosa, en el condado de Sonoma, al norte de California. Más de 100,000 acres y unas 2,000 estructuras han sido afectadas por los incendios. Foto: Ap | Univision
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Incendios California
10/19
Flames on the ground in Peters Canyon Park, Orange, California.
Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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Incendios California
11/19
Wine barrels destroyed by fire at the Paradise Ridge winery in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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Incendio California
12/19
A burning vineyard in Kenwood, Sonoma. Foto: Reuters | Univision
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Incendio California
13/19
A resident of Santa Rosa surveys his property destroyed by fire. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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Incendio California
14/19
An aerial view of North Bay, Sonoma, in northern California, where wildfires continue to rage, Foto: Reuters | Univision
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Bomberos luchan contra varios incendios en el norte de California.
15/19
California governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in several counties, including Napa, Sonoma, and Yuba. Foto: AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli | Univision
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Bomberos luchan contra varios incendios en el norte de California.
16/19
A Napa Valley home in flames. Foto: AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli | Univision
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17/19
In some localities, the fire was so violent that it consumed everything in its path very quickly, making it impossible for the authorities to save the structures. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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18/19
In 2016 California had 600 wildfires more than in 2015. The number of 2017 could be even higher, according tot experts at Cal Fire. Foto: Getty Images | Univision
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19/19
The risk of fires is growing annually. By 2050, it is expected that officials will be on high alert for fires on 140 days out of the year. Foto: Getty Images | Univision