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>> Armageddon, it's just gone.>> This is what some Northern California residents are seeing when they go home. Fast moving fires North of San Francisco have forced thousands of evacuations, killed at least 11 people so far, and injured about a hundred more.>> We are still having active fire in all locations.
We are unfortunately continuing to experience additional structure loss.>> But while the fires are still raging, officials say there is some good news.>> Last night our relative humidities came up, which means our moistures are higher. We also have much less wind, which means firefighters are able to get in front of the fire and protect structures.
But as they gained ground in the north, crews are now facing blazes in the southern part of the state.>> It's just so sad to see that happening here. There's no words.>> Smoke and flames have darkened the skies above Disneyland in Anaheim. Seven counties have now been declared major disaster areas, although some help will be coming from federal officials.
>> The President Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for the state of California.>> With entire neighborhoods leveled, fire-ravaged areas will need all the help they can get.