Parts of a halcyon suburb of Santa Rosa, California, were
engulfed in abandon on Monday as wildfires
scorched pieces of Northern California’s booze country.
More than a dozen fires, churned by
absolute winds, blew by Napa and Sonoma valleys, known
for their vineyards and wineries. The glow torched during least
1,500 homes, businesses, and other structures. The conditions is
one of a misfortune firestorms in state history.
Santa Rosa was among a cities strike a hardest. The neighborhood
of Coffey Park — a cluster of single-family homes dual miles
outward a downtown area — has mostly incited to fume and ash.
These before-and-after images uncover a scale of a devastation.
Here’s what Coffey Park looks like on Google
By late Monday, Coffey Park was unrecognizable.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported on Monday that “almost
a whole resolution of single-family homes, built in the
1980s, was gone.” About 8,000 people lived in Coffey Park and a
The border of a repairs in a Greater Santa Rosa area is
An estimated 20,000 people have evacuated a California counties
influenced by wildfires, and a some-more than dual dozen puncture shelters
in Sonoma County, that includes Santa Rosa, are stuffing up.