Sheltering the Victims of the California Wildfires

At least 11 people have been killed as wildfires raged across Northern California's wine country, with over 100 missing as of Tuesday, officials have said.

Sonoma County reported in a press release on Monday that family members have been calling in to report missing relatives. Twenty-four evacuation centers have been opened to the public.

Wildfires have consumed over 27,000 acres of land, Fox News reported, and have destroyed at least 15,000 homes. Authorities added that 100 people have been injured, along with the 11 people killed.

Santa Rose resident Ron Dodds described the scenes to local news outlet KTVU, saying, "It's a scary time. It looks like Armageddon."

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