California wildfires have created apocalyptic scenes in wine country, where firefighters were still battling blazes on Thursday morning.
A series of massive wildfires spread through the counties of Napa, Sonoma, and six others early this week, destroying at least 3,500 homes,
The situation is considered one of the deadliest fires in state history. At least 31 people are reportedly dead, and another 463 people are reported missing in Sonoma County
On Monday, videos and photos on social media showed fires burning out of control in Sonoma and Napa, moving through vegetation, buildings, roads, and mobile-home parks.
As many as seven fires ignited on Sunday night and grew as hot, dry winds — with gusts of up to 70 miles per hour — carried the flames from ridge top to ridge top in Napa.
Mary Caughey, center in blue, reacts with her son Harrison, left, after finding her wedding ring in debris at her home in Kenwood, California, on Tuesday, October 10, 2017