Hundreds of people are still missing in massive wildfires that have swept through California killing tens and damaging thousands of homes, businesses and other buildings. AFP / JOSH EDELSON
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Firefighters faced drier, windy conditions Friday that could whip up wildfires in Northern California that have killed at least 31 people and left hundreds missing in the heart of wine country.The toll from the more than 20 fires raging across eight counties could climb, with more than 400 people in Sonoma County alone still listed as missing.Sonoma County accounted for 17 of the North Bay fatalities, all from the Tubbs fire, which now ranks as California's deadliest single wildfire since 2003 .Some people killed were asleep when flames engulfed their homes, fire officials said.
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