Jeremy Siegel

KQED

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Jeremy Siegel is a reporter for KQED, public media in San Francisco.

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Devastating wildfires have swept Northern California. More than a dozen people have died since Sunday night, with more than 100 others missing.

Deaths, damage and evacuations from California fires

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