Sean Scully

Napa Valley Register

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Editor-in-chief for the Napa Valley Register.

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Almost 6,000 structures have burned, 100,000 people have been displaced, and at least 40 have died in the Northern California fires.

What is the economic damage of the NorCal fires?

Almost 6,000 structures have burned, 100,000 people have been displaced, and at least 40 have died in the Northern California fires.

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More than a dozen people have died from the fires that sparked in Northern California on Sunday night. Entire neighborhoods are now smoking rubble with skeletons for cars.

Fires in Northern California are among the worst the state has ever seen

More than a dozen people have died from the fires that sparked in Northern California on Sunday night. Entire neighborhoods are now smoking rubble with skeletons for cars.

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