A $15-billion mystery: Who's to blame for California's most destructive fire?

By Joseph Serna

Wind gusts topping 70 mph rattled a hot Sunday night last October in the northern foothills of Calistoga in the Napa Valley.

The unusually powerful winds were dangerous enough. But then a fire started in those hills and raced toward Santa Rosa. Within hours, whole neighborhoods were on fire. By…


Source: LA Times

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