10.2019 Kincade Fire
The Kincade Fire, which has been burning for more than week fueled by high winds and exceptionally dry weather, has reached more than 77,700 acres (twice the size of San Francisco) in Sonoma County and is now 80% contained. Favorable weather allowed firefighters to make good progress. The fire has destroyed 174 homes and damaged additional 33 homes.

More than 400 Red Cross workers alongside government and community partners are providing shelters, meals, health services, comfort and other support for affected residents.
-- More than 6,500 people stayed in Red Cross and community shelters in Northern California. With the lifting of evacuations orders, all shelters have been closed.
-- With partners, the Red Cross has served more than 51,000 meals and snacks, provided more than 2,500 relief items, and made more than 2,800 individual care contacts.
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