A fast moving wildfire that got started Saturday in California has consumed more than 100,000 acres and killed one person.
The wildfire destroyed 400 homes and businesses. Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency on Sunday, and thousands have evacuated. Residents of Middletown and those near San Andreas were hit the hardest.
Photos showing the aftermath of the Butte and Valley fires can only be described as "apocalyptic," with the blaze leaving behind melted vehicles and smoldering buildings in its wake.
WARNING: Some photos contain graphic content.
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