Here in Berkeley its just that the air is a bit smoky. Thirty to fifty miles north of here are scenes of complete devastation with thousands of homes destroyed. And it’s by no means over.
State authorities are deploying more firefighters and law enforcement officials to areas devastated by wildfires raging in Northern California.
Brad Alexander, a spokesman of the governor's Office of Emergency Services, says hundreds more firefighters from throughout the state will join the fight Tuesday. He says California has also asked for fire crews from the U.S. Forest Service in Nevada.
The blazes burning in several counties were at zero percent containment Tuesday.
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