Northern California's wine country was on fire again Monday as strong winds fanned flames in the already scorched region, prompting evacuation orders for more than 50,000 people. (Sept. 28)
DOMINIC WIGGENS: It was such a relief that some of our houses were still here and everything, but it was a scary night. It was crazy for sure.
- What do you think about your neighbors here?
DOMINIC WIGGENS: I feel so bad for them. I can imagine how they feel based off how I felt all night thinking I lost my house as well, but I feel so bad for everyone that lost their house last night. It's so sad.
- [? (ON WALKIE-TALKIE) ?] Yeah, affirmative. We're going to go [INAUDIBLE] and circle structures where we can, and--
CATHY BRINK: My house is a quarter mile up the road on High Mountain Road, and the fire was about 100 yards from our house. So right now, we're waiting and hoping the firefighters can win the battle.
- How are you feeling about all this right now?
CATHY BRINK: Terrible. Like sick to my stomach, and just praying for the best.
ED YARBROUGH: Just seeing whether or not our house is still standing. So just coming up to the edge of the barricade here, and I can see in the distance, and it looks like it's intact. The officer I was talking to, he was just rushing over to a spot fire over here, so I know we're not really out of the woods yet. And the woods could burn.