Death-Toll From California Wildfire Climbs To 31

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 13 October 2017  (1 week ago)
As the search continues through the blackened ruins left behind by rampant wildfires in parts of Northern California, officials have begun to make grim discoveries of bodies burnt beyond recognition, as the death-toll climbs to thirty-one. Sonoma County Shefiff Rob Giordano said at a press conference Thursday, "Some of them are merely ashes and bones. And we may never get truly confirmative identification on ashes. When you're cremated, you can't get an ID.

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