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The Shady Fire can been seen on the hillside behind homes in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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The Shady Fire can been seen on the hillside behind homes in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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A home bursts into flames from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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A home bursts into flames from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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A home bursts into flames from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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Buildings burn along Highway 12 from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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Buildings burn along Highway 12 from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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Buildings burn along Highway 12 from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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Fire Fighters attempt to fight the Shady Fire as it approaches homes in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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The glow of the the Shady Fire is seen on the side of a home in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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The Shady Fire can been seen on the hillside behind homes in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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Fire Fighters attempt to fight the Shady Fire as it approaches homes in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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Fire Fighters attempt to fight the Shady Fire as it approaches homes in Santa Rosa, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire quickly spread over the mountains and reached Santa Rosa where is has begun to affect homes. (Photo by Samuel Corum / Agence France-Presse / AFP)

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The remains of a car burnt by the Glass Fire is seen near a home in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The pool is the only thing that remains of a home after the Glass Fire passed through the area in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The pool is the only thing that remains of a home after the Glass Fire passed through the area in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of a vehicules burnt by the Glass Fire is seen near a home in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Downed power lines and the remains of burned homes and vehicles remain after the Glass Fire passed through in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Downed power lines and the remains of burned homes and vehicles remain after the Glass Fire passed through in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of one of the buildings at Foothills Elementary School is seen after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Bubbled paint is seen on the remains of one of the buildings at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. , California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of one of the buildings at Foothills Elementary School is seen after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of vehicles burned in the Glass Fire are seen by a home in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of vehicles burned in the Glass Fire are seen by a home in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of vehicles burned in the Glass Fire are seen by a home in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of a vehicle burned in the Glass Fire are seen by a home in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A fire Fighter spot checks a potential hot spot in an area that the Glass Fire already moved through in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A part of a picnic table painted in the style of the American flag was burned at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A rocking horse is charred in the playground at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A rocking horse is charred in the playground at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The section of Foothills Elementary School remains standing after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of one of the buildings at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of one of the buildings at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A cross remains standing at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A cross remains standing at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The remains of one of the buildings at Foothills Elementary School after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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An officer with Napa County Animal Control rescues a cat found alive after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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An officer with Napa County Animal Control rescues a cat found barely alive after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Volunteers with the Napa Animal Response Team, walk two miniature donkeys onto a trailer after they survived the Glass Fire devastation through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Jessie Whitman (L) and Dr. Claudia Saunder (R), volunteers with the Napa Animal Response Team, walk two miniature donkeys down to their trailer after they survived the Glass Fire devastation through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Jessie Whitman helps to catch two miniature donkeys found alive after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A man walks down a street lined with destroyed homes and downed power lines to check on friend's homes after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A man looks on as volunteers with the Napa Animal Response Team attempt to rescue two miniature donkeys after they survived the Glass Fire which passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The carcass of a burned car is seen next next to a house reduced to ashes by the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The carcass of a burned car is seen next next to a house reduced to ashes by the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The carcass of a burned car is seen next next to a house reduced to ashes by the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The carcass of a burned car is seen next next to a house reduced to ashes by the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The carcass of a burned car is seen next next to a house reduced to ashes by the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Scorched earth, trees, and fences remain after the Glass Fire passed through Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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People stop on the side of the road to watch as the Glass Fire slowly blazes down the hill side outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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People stop on the side of the road to watch as the Glass Fire slowly blazes down the hill side outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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(L-R) Jovan Gurrola, Jenny Didero, and Jason Dedrick watch as the Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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(L-R) Jovan Gurrola, Jenny Didero, and Jason Dedrick watch as the Glass Fire slowly crests the ridge outside of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California on September 28, 2020. - The wildfire went from 1,500 acres to more than 15,000 acres overnight as winds spread embers across the valley. Tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in California's Napa and Sonoma valleys on Monday as wildfires fanned by fierce winds ripped through the world-famous wine region. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - Resident Osvaldo Ramirez walks away from his burned vehicle during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated $8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - Resident Osvaldo Ramirez displays a burned $USD 100 bill from his burned vehicle during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated USD $8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - In this long exposure photograph, burning hills create a flaming landscape during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - In this long exposure photograph, burning hills create a flaming landscape during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - A CalFire airplane drops fire retardant along a burning hill during the Glass fire in Napa County's Calistoga, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - The Glass Fire burns behind Merus Wines vineyards in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - Fire Fighters with Cal Fire work to protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - A small vineyard is shrouded in smoke tinted red by the flames as the Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Resident Osvaldo Ramirez walks away from his burned vehicle during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated $8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Resident Osvaldo Ramirez displays a burned $USD 100 bill from his burned vehicle during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated USD $8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Flames approach a vineyard during the Glass fire in Calistoga, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Flames approach a vineyard during the Glass fire in Calistoga, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - The National Weather Service issued heat advisories and CalFire issued a Red Flag warning for high fire risk areas of California. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Resident Osvaldo Ramirez displays a burned $USD 100 bill from his burned vehicle during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated USD $8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Resident Osvaldo Ramirez's vehicle is seen burned during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated $USD 8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Resident Osvaldo Ramirez walks away from his burned vehicle during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Ramirez stated $USD 8,000 in cash along with his family's papers that were located in a safe inside the vehicle, were burned. A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A burning stack of chairs is seen inside a building consumed by flames during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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In this long exposure photograph, burning hills create a flaming landscape during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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In this long exposure photograph, burning hills create a flaming landscape during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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In this long exposure photograph, burning hills create a flaming landscape during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A CalFire airplane drops fire retardant along a burning hill during the Glass fire in Napa County's Calistoga, California on September 27, 2020. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A CalFire airplane drops fire retardant over Davis Winery during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A CalFire airplane drops fire retardant over the Davis Winery during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A CalFire airplane drops fire retardant over the Davis Winery during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A CalFire airplane drops fire retardant over the Davis Winery during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A building burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A firefighter motions towards other firefighters as they work the scene during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A Marin County firefighter douses flames during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A Marin County firefighter helps to build containment lines during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A fire hose foams up as firefighters fight flames during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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A structure burns during the Glass fire in St. Helena, California on September 27, 2020. - Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena overnight on September 27, 2020 just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

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Fire Fighters with Hilton Cal Fire set a protection burn at the edge of a home and vineyard to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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A Super Tanker drops fire retardant on the Glass Fire, which started in the early morning hours, with the hopes of halting it's advance in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Fire Fighters with Hilton Cal Fire set a protection burn in the middle of a young vineyard to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Chuck, a working dog, races to cut off a herd of goats from Mascauser Vineyards and Ranch which were hired to eat underbrush in order to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire that started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Chris Maschauser rides an ATV to cut off a heard of goats from Mascauser Vineyards and Ranch which were hired to eat underbrush in order to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Jessica Sanders shepherds a herd of goats from Mascauser Vineyards and Ranch which were hired to eat underbrush in order to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Goats from Mascauser Vineyards and Ranch which were hired to eat underbrush in order to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Jessica Sanders shepherds a herd of goats from Mascauser Vineyards and Ranch which were hired to eat underbrush in order to protect it from the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Workers and Fire Fighters with Cal Fire work to protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Fire Fighters with Cal Fire work to protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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A man pulls out a garden hose as he helps Fire Fighters with Cal Fire protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Fire Fighters with Cal Fire work to protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Fire Fighters with Cal Fire work to protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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The Moon hues orange as the Glass Fire begins to descend into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Moon hues orange as the Glass Fire begins to descend into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A small vineyard is shrouded in smoke tinted red by the flames as the Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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A small vineyard is shrouded in smoke tinted red by the flames as the Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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Firefighters work as the Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel Corum / AFP)

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The Glass Fire burns behind Merus Wines vineyards in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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The Glass Fire burns behind Merus Wines vineyards in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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The Glass Fire burns behind Merus Wines vineyards in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Workers and Fire Fighters with Cal Fire work to protect the St. Helena Water Treatment Plant from the Glass Fire in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Fire Fighters set a backfire to help stop the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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Fire Fighters set a backfire to help stop the advance of the Glass Fire which started in the early morning hours in Napa Valley, California on September 27, 2020. - The Glass fire grew to 2,500 Acres on the evening of September 27. A heat wave and dry winds create critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations are in order. (Photo by Samuel CORUM / AFP)

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