SONOMA COUNTY — The death toll in the Tubbs Fire rose to 11 Tuesday night as the search for the missing continued in Sonoma County.
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The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office released the following list of locations where the dead were found:
Angela Drive, Larkfield: 2 victims
Mark West Springs Road, Larkfield: 2 victims
Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa: 1 victim
Crystal Court, Santa Rosa: 1 victim
Mountain Home Ranch Road, Santa Rosa: 1 victim
Hemlock Street, Santa Rosa: 1 victim
Sundown Trail, Santa Rosa: 2 victims
Wikiup Bridge Way, Larkfield: 1 victim
Elsewhere, fires burning throughout wine country and beyond have killed three in Mendocino County, two in Napa County and one in Yuba County, for a total of 17 killed.
Meanwhile, the search is continuing for more than 180 people who have been reported missing in the county after Sunday’s firestorm sent tens of thousands of residents fleeing for their lives.
Officials said 57 people previously reported missing had been found safe as of Tuesday.
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Officials are expecting that most of the missing are alive and well and are likely without cellphones or service. About 77 cell towers have been knocked out by the fires or high winds that swept through the area Monday.
Source:: The Mercury News – Latest News