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Calif Wildfire

Kelli Miller, left, works to clear hot ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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Kelli Miller, left, works to clear hot spots with fellow firefighters, after the Ranch fire swept through Clearlake, Calif.

Data da imagem: 08/08/2018

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Kelli Miller, left, works to clear hot spots with fellow firefighters, after the Ranch fire swept through Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Kelli Miller, left, works to clear hot spots with fellow firefighters, after the Ranch fire swept through Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Firefighter Kim Viescas waters a ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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Firefighter Kim Viescas waters a smoldering stump while clearing hot spots left from the Ranch fire in Clearlake, Calif.

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Firefighter Kim Viescas waters a smoldering stump while clearing hot spots left from the Ranch fire in Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Firefighter Kim Viescas waters a smoldering stump while clearing hot spots left from the Ranch fire in Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Kelli Miller, a firefighter with the ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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Kelli Miller, a firefighter with the Northshore Fire Protection District, waters a smoldering stump while clearing hot spots left from the Ranch fire in Clearlake, Calif.

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Kelli Miller, a firefighter with the Northshore Fire Protection District, waters a smoldering stump while clearing hot spots left from the Ranch fire in Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Kelli Miller, a firefighter with the Northshore Fire Protection District, waters a smoldering stump while clearing hot spots left from the Ranch fire in Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A firefighter hikes up a trail in an ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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A firefighter hikes up a trail in an area burned by the Ranch fire around Clearlake, Calif.

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A firefighter hikes up a trail in an area burned by the Ranch fire around Clearlake, Calif.

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A firefighter hikes up a trail in an area burned by the Ranch fire around Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Trees burned in the Ranch fire around ...
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Trees burned in the Ranch fire around Clearlake, Calif.

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Trees burned in the Ranch fire around Clearlake, Calif.

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Trees burned in the Ranch fire around Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A chimney and charred debris are all ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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A chimney and charred debris are all that remain of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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A chimney and charred debris are all that remain of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A chimney and charred debris are all that remain of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A ridge of burned trees remains after ...
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A ridge of burned trees remains after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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A ridge of burned trees remains after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A ridge of burned trees remains after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Oscar Sager looks out at the charred ...
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Oscar Sager looks out at the charred remains of where his house once stood after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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Oscar Sager looks out at the charred remains of where his house once stood after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Oscar Sager looks out at the charred remains of where his house once stood after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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The charred skeleton of a structure is ...
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The charred skeleton of a structure is all that remains of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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The charred skeleton of a structure is all that remains of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

The charred skeleton of a structure is all that remains of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A destroyed vehicle on burned property ...
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A destroyed vehicle on burned property after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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A destroyed vehicle on burned property after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A destroyed vehicle on burned property after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Charred debris are all that remain of ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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Charred debris are all that remain of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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Charred debris are all that remain of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Charred debris are all that remain of a home after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company crews ...
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Pacific Gas and Electric Company crews repair power lines after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company crews repair power lines after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Pacific Gas and Electric Company crews repair power lines after the Ranch fire burned through the area, in the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Signs posted to thank first responders ...
Data da imagem: 08/08/2018
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Signs posted to thank first responders after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

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Signs posted to thank first responders after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Signs posted to thank first responders after the Ranch fire swept through the Spring Valley community near Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Steve Bauer, who defied evacuation ...
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Steve Bauer, who defied evacuation orders when the Ranch fire swept through the area, at home with goods he sells from abandoned storage lockers, around Clearlake, Calif.

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Steve Bauer, who defied evacuation orders when the Ranch fire swept through the area, at home with goods he sells from abandoned storage lockers, around Clearlake, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Steve Bauer, who defied evacuation orders when the Ranch fire swept through the area, at home with goods he sells from abandoned storage lockers, around Clearlake, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Firefighters at the Northshore Fire ...
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Firefighters at the Northshore Fire Protection District clean equipment, after the Ranch fire swept through the area in Lucerne, Calif.

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Firefighters at the Northshore Fire Protection District clean equipment, after the Ranch fire swept through the area in Lucerne, Calif.

Crédito: Jim Wilson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Firefighters at the Northshore Fire Protection District clean equipment, after the Ranch fire swept through the area in Lucerne, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Heavy smoke from the Mendocino Complex ...
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Heavy smoke from the Mendocino Complex fire hangs over a pier in Lucerne, Calif.

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Heavy smoke from the Mendocino Complex fire hangs over a pier in Lucerne, Calif.

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Heavy smoke from the Mendocino Complex fire hangs over a pier in Lucerne, Calif., Aug. 8, 2018. The Mendocino Complex fire system, a combination of the Ranch fire and the River fire, has grown to more than 300,000 acres. Billowing smoke from the historic wildfire season has caused hazardous air conditions across the state, prompting air quality alerts and forcing many residents to take refuge indoors to avoid unhealthy exposure to bad air. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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The remains of a row of houses on ...
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The remains of a row of houses on Menlo Way, a street in the Lake Keswick Estates area, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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The remains of a row of houses on Menlo Way, a street in the Lake Keswick Estates area, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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The remains of a row of houses on Menlo Way, a street in the Lake Keswick Estates area, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif., Aug. 2, 2018. The fire took a particularly nightmarish turn when what locals are calling a fire tornado tore through neighborhoods in the town of Redding, which has a population of more than 90,000. (Niko Koppel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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An angel statue stands in the rubble ...
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An angel statue stands in the rubble of Catalina Way, a street in the Lake Keswick Estates area, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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An angel statue stands in the rubble of Catalina Way, a street in the Lake Keswick Estates area, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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An angel statue stands in the rubble of Catalina Way, a street in the Lake Keswick Estates area, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif., Aug. 3, 2018. The fire took a particularly nightmarish turn when what locals are calling a fire tornado tore through neighborhoods in the town of Redding, which has a population of more than 90,000. (Niko Koppel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A fireplace and chimney stands among ...
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A fireplace and chimney stands among the rubble of Justin Sanchez's house, which was destroyed by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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A fireplace and chimney stands among the rubble of Justin Sanchez's house, which was destroyed by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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A fireplace and chimney stands among the rubble of Justin Sanchez's house, which was destroyed by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif., Aug. 2, 2018. The fire took a particularly nightmarish turn when what locals are calling a fire tornado tore through neighborhoods in the town of Redding, which has a population of more than 90,000. (Niko Koppel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A melted children’s slide next to ...
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A melted children’s slide next to the rubble of a leveled home in the in the Land Park neighborhood, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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A melted children’s slide next to the rubble of a leveled home in the in the Land Park neighborhood, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif.

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A melted children?s slide next to the rubble of a leveled home in the in the Land Park neighborhood, which was devastated by the Carr fire, in Redding, Calif., Aug. 2, 2018. The fire took a particularly nightmarish turn when what locals are calling a fire tornado tore through neighborhoods in the town of Redding, which has a population of more than 90,000. (Niko Koppel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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