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The Bay Area Air Quality Management District recommends that people stay inside with doors and windows closed until smoke levels subside.
The big-rig driver attempted to stop before hitting two vehicles, including the Toyota Tacoma, officials said.
Officials have issued evacuation orders and expanded evacuation warning areas due to the fire in Point Reyes National Seashore.
The North Bay blaze now nearing 353K acres, leaving more than 935 destroyed and 250 damaged structures in its wake.
Residents also are reminded that no parcel deliveries will be made into the evacuated areas.
The Napa County Fairgrounds in Calistoga now is a makeshift, command central for fire crews. Photo show offers a behind-the-scenes look.
At the Ross Academy Montessori School in Mill Valley, you'll find kids in groups of 12 or less, playing mostly by themselves outside.
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Smoke from over 300 wildfires continues to choke people across central and northern California.
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