However, Santa Ana winds kicked up once again on Sunday and Monday, stoking hot spots in the burned areas. By Monday afternoon, 91,000 acres and more than 370 homes had burned in the Woolsey Fire alone. Another fire in northern California, the Camp Fired, burned 11,300 acres along with more than 6,400 buildings, the most devastating loss of structures in California history. 42 people died in the Camp Fire and two lost their lives in the Woolsey Fire. Those numbers are likely to rise. But I can’t imagine how much more devastating the loss would have been without the outstanding firefighters and pilots risking their lives to keep our neighborhoods safe.