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>> Search and rescue teams combing through the smoldering ruins looking for bodies Tuesday as more evacuees were expected to return to their homes, or what's left of them, in Northern California where the state's deadliest wildfires have killed at least 41 people. Officials saying they expect the death toll to continue to rise as 88 people remain unaccounted for in Sonoma County alone.
The county Sheriffs saying this week that hopes for victims known to have been in the direct path of the flames will dwindle as each day passes. Lighter winds have allowed the 11,000 firefighters battling the flames to gain control of the Tubbs and Atlas fires, two of the deadliest in California's wine country.
The state's firefighting agencies saying it's hopeful the wildfires would be fully contained by the end of the week. So far, tens o thousands of people who've fled the flames in Sonoma County and elsewhere have been allowed to return home, but roughly 40,000 are still displaced.