Wildfires in California have killed at least 31 people and left hundreds missing in the chaos of mass evacuations.
The death toll makes these fires the greatest loss of life from a single wildfire event in recorded state history.
The flames have scorched more than 77,000 hectares, an area nearly the size of New York City.
Whole neighbourhoods in the city of Santa Rosa have turned to ash.
The official cause of the disaster was under investigation, but officials said power lines toppled by gale-force winds on Sunday night may be to blame.