A fast-moving wildfire has destroyed at least 175 structures, including a historic firehouse and an antiques store, in a Northern California town.
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection spokesman Daniel Berlant didn't have the breakdown of the number of homes, businesses and other buildings destroyed by the fire, which broke out Saturday and spans nearly 5 square miles.
He said earlier Monday that more than 100 homes burned down. No injuries have been reported, but pets have died as flames swept into Lower Lake, a small town about 90 miles north of San Francisco.
At least 1,500 structures are threatened after the fire burned the post office, a winery and a Habitat for Humanity office.
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