RAW VIDEO -- Napa Fire Santa Rosa California WILDFIRE Sonoma Yuba city CA Tubbs Atlas County #CanyonFire2 Sears Point Calistoga Tomki & Canyon RD. At least 29 dead in horrific California wildfires, hundreds missing 747 supertanker Thousands flee as wildfires ravage California; at least 15 killed died dies death body San Francisco Ln Near Willits Live - Fires Burn Burning Burned Houses Home Wildfires Force Thousands to Flee 8 Counties In #California #napafire Massive fire in Anaheim hills burns homes, forces evacuations Fuego Candela En Households are being evacuated evacuations from areas around the Napa Valley in California as wild fires take hold Multiple wild fires across Sonoma County and Napa County have prompted authorities to order evacuations. #fire #santarosa #tooearly #fireinthesky #morning #needcoffee #wildfire #sonomacounty 1 dead as Wine Country fires burn at least 1,500 homes and businesses, force evacuations, close hospitals Smoke can be smelled as far away as San Francisco, and many near-by regions are sending fire fighters to help tackle the blazes The Anaheim Fire Department ordered evacuations for more than 1,000 homes in the Anaheim area, as what they're calling the #CanyonFire2 continues to spread. The blaze comes less as 24 hours after a similar fire broke out in Northern California. Click follow for live updates injected right into your home timeline10/9/2017!!! Massive wildfires sweeping through California have killed at least 29 people and damaged thousands of homes, businesses and other buildings, authorities said. More than half of the deaths occurred in Sonoma County alone, officials said. The collective death toll from this week's fires matches the number of fatalities in the 1933 Griffith Park Fire in Los Angeles, the deadliest wildfire in California history. Firefighters were still battling 21 large wildfires in multiple counties as of Thursday morning. Intensified by strong winds, the flames have charred more than 190,000 acres of land, damaged or destroyed at least 3,500 structures and forced more than 20,000 residents to evacuate, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Containment of the fire has increased, and weather conditions are expected to improve overnight, officials said Thursday. The causes of the fires is still under investigation. More than 8,000 firefighters and support personnel are battling the fires, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. California Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for Napa, Sonoma and Yuba counties in Northern California. With firefighters stretched thin throughout the state, federal agencies as well as neighboring Nevada and nearby Washington state are assisting with resources. Authorities said 1,000 fire departments from San Diego to Oregon have joined the effort. Requests for resources have also gone out to Idaho, Montana, North and South Carolina, New Mexico, Arizona, as well as Australia, said Mark Ghilarducci, director of California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. About 400 people were unaccounted for in Sonoma County as of Thursday morning, according to the sheriff's office. Out of about 1,000 missing people reports that have been filed since the fires began, about 600 people have been safely located, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said Thursday afternoon. Officials said some of the reports of missing persons may be duplicates. At least 7,000 people were without power Wednesday in Napa County. In the wake of the fires, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday morning that it has arrested five people for looting in evacuation areas. Three of the individuals were Santa Rosa natives who were arrested and booked on a number of offenses. A 28-year-old man was found with two stolen bikes as well as narcotics, police said. A 48-year-old woman and a 49-year-old woman were also arrested, according to the Santa Rosa Police Department. In the city of Santa Rosa, 2,834 homes had been destroyed. Critical infrastructure was also lost in the blaze, including the fire station, Santa Rosa Mayor Chris Coursey said Thursday afternoon. With mandatory evacuation orders still in place, many residents in the affected areas have been warned not to return to their homes until further notice. "Life is more important than property," Sonoma County Sheriff Robert Giordano said at a press conference Tuesday. He said he thinks the wildfires will be "one of the worst natural disasters in California history."