The Woolsey Fire is 94 percent contained, after burning close to 100,000 acres. Authorities have begun allowing some residents back into Malibu. But officials warn that broken power poles, debris-filled roadways, and broken gas lines still pose serious threats to safety.
As some residents return to Malibu, what does the damage look like?
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