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In October 2017, fire fighters fight fires burning in Sonoma and Santa Rosa, California that collectively destroyed 6,000 homes and killed 42 people. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK THIESSEN
When available, water is a valuable resource used to put out fires, but in already drought-stricken California, water is often scarce. PHOTOGRAPH BY STUART PALLEY
Firefighters from the Los Angeles County Fire Department extinguish embers on a home heavily damaged by the Woolsey Fire. PHOTOGRAPH BY STUART PALLEY When available, water is a valuable resource used to put out fires, but in already drought-stricken Calif
The recreation room of a home in Malibu was completely destroyed by the Woolsey Fire. Homes alight when embers from a fire spread. Burned homes in turn become fire spreading embers themselves. PHOTOGRAPH BY STUART PALLEY