Gov. Brown Declares Day Of Remembrance After State’s ‘most Lethal And Destructive’ Wildfires
Gov. Brown declares day of remembrance after state’s ‘most lethal and destructive’ wildfires
Gov. Jerry Brown declared a day of remembrance for the victims of the fast-moving wildfires that raged through Northern California earlier this month, with flags at the state Capitol flown at half-staff on Saturday in honor of the lives lost in the fire.
The governor’s proclamation happened the same day Sonoma County leaders held their own event at Santa Rosa Junior College to honor those who died in the fires, thanking the fire crews who battled the fires, as well as preparing for recovery efforts.
The wildfires first sparked overnight on Oct. 8 and led to the destruction of thousands …