California fires: Video shows wildfire destruction and smoky orange skies across Bay Area

Here's a look at some of the devastating views from across the Bay Area as three massive wildfire complexes tear through the region.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Video shows burned out cars, orange skies amid Bay Area wildfires
Burned out cars, orange smoky skies. Here's a look at video showing some of the devastating views from the Bay Area as three massive wildfire complexes tore through the region in Aug. 2020.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Over 1.2 million acres have burned in the state of California within a week, forcing thousands to flee for their lives as devastating wildfires tear through parts of the Bay Area.

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At least 1,300 structures have been damaged or destroyed so far and seven people have lost their lives.

Watch the video in the player above for a devastating look at the destroyed homes and property, ominous orange, smoky skies and flames that continue to rage on in the region.

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VIDEO: Eerie orange haze, ash blankets Santa Cruz neighborhood near CZU Complex Fire

Video from Santa Cruz shows a neighborhood shrouded in an eerie orange haze that looks like something out of a movie.