Three major wildfires are raging across parts of California.
LNU Complex (Napa, Sonoma, Lake, Yolo, Solano Counties) The third-largest fire in state history had burned through nearly 550 square miles, an area much larger than Los Angeles, as of Monday night. Containment increased from 22 to 25 percent. The fire has killed five people and injured four others. It has burned 908 structures and damaged 248 others.
In the CZU Complex (San Mateo, Santa Cruz Counties), The fire had burned through nearly 123 square miles and was 13 percent contained as of Monday night.
In the SCU Complex (Sanata Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Stanslaus Counties) The fire overtook the LNU complex as the second-largest in state history Monday. It has now burned through more than 562 square miles. Containment increased from 10% to 15% throughout the day Monday.
More than 20,000 structures were still threatened by the growing fire, which had destroyed 17 structures. Four people have been injured so far.
There have been no disruptions to our operations. We will continue to follow these dangerous conditions in California.