A neighborhood that was destroyed by a wildfire in Santa Rosa, California, as seen Tuesday. (Nick Giblin/DroneBase via AP)

A neighborhood that was destroyed by a wildfire in Santa Rosa, California, as seen Tuesday. (Nick Giblin/DroneBase via AP)

Catastrophic event: Deadly California fires explode again

At least 21 are dead and hundreds unaccounted for, and California’s wildfires still are not contained.

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