More than 12 fires in northern California have killed 42 people, with search and rescue teams continuing to fight in burnt neighborhoods.
There was little information on the latest victims of the fires, known as the North Bay, the deadliest in California's history.
The fires, which broke out on the eighth and ninth of October, more than 245 thousand acres, and destroyed about 5 thousand homes as well as breweries and commercial buildings.
The fate of about 60 people in Sonoma and Naba provinces is yet to be known, with thousands still forced to flee the flames.
Firefighters say there are still 13 fires on fire but have managed to contain the fire to a great extent and the fires no longer pose a threat to homes or residents. Finished