Alexei Koseff

Capitol reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

Alexei Koseff on KCRW

“There were charred trees, empty lots where nothing much was left other than crumpled metal, maybe some chimneys here and there, burned out cars.

In scorched Northern California, a town is hollowed out, evacuees are isolated, resources are strained

“There were charred trees, empty lots where nothing much was left other than crumpled metal, maybe some chimneys here and there, burned out cars.

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