17 wildfires still burning California; deaths hit 15


Photographs by The New York Times/JOSH HANER

Little is left of homes in the Journey’s End Mobile Home Park in Santa Rosa, Calif., on Tuesday after a wildfire raced through the area early Monday.

Newly homeless residents of Northern California took stock of their shattered lives Tuesday while the blazes that have killed at least 15 people and destroyed more than 2,000 homes and businesses kept burning.

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Leslie Garnica, 17, searches the ashes of her family’s home for belongings Tuesday in the Coffey Park area of Santa Rosa, Cal... + Enlarge


Smoke rises over a burned home Tuesday in Sonoma County, Calif. + Enlarge


Pepe Tamaya leads horses Sammy (left) and Loli to safety Tuesday in Napa, Calif. The horses were let out of their pasture Sun... + Enlarge


Charred bottles of wine sit in their racks Tuesday at the Signorello Estate winery in Napa, Calif. + Enlarge

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