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  • Oct. 26: Resident Karen Ron, second from left, gets help from friends: Jacob Swanson, far left, Debbie Stenger and Joan Swanson, far right, digging through the rubble of her mother's destroyed home in the Rancho Bernardo area of San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 26: Home owner Khosrow Motamedi holds a burned out gold watch, as a crew of young volunteers from The Anchor Church Pentecostal church help him dig through the rubble of his destroyed home in the Rancho Bernardo area of San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 26: Home owner Tony Heinrichs looks down at his recovered tool boxes found inside his destroyed home in the Rancho Bernardo area of San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 26: Rosy Garcia, center, holds her 1-year-old daughter, Surizaday, while staying at an evacuation center in San Bernardino, Calif. Garcia hoped to return to her home in Twin Peaks on Friday with her family.
  • Oct. 26: Smoke covers a housing development causing severe air quality problems in Bonsall, Calif. As the fires died down and residents returned to their homes, the lingering dust and particulate laden air was making it difficult for many to breathe even a sigh of relief.
  • Oct. 26: Evacuees pull their belongings as they leave Qualcomm Stadium en route to the next evacuation shelter at Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, Calif. The football stadium, where more than 10,000 people sought refuge, is closing as an evacuation center, marking a symbolic show of progress. The stadium was home to just 350 on Friday morning. It was to close later in the day.
  • Oct. 25: This photo supplied by the U.S. Coast Guard shows firefighters working to mop up the remains of a wildfire in the San Berardino National Forest near Big Bear, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: A destroyed rare 1930 Model A Station Wagon, garaged at the burned home of businessman Bruce Howe is seen among Spanish tiles in the Rancho Santa Fe community in San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: A collection of antique fine porcelain horses, used to decorate birthday cakes, are seen broken and melted among the ashes of Bruce Howe's destroyed house in the Rancho Santa Fe community in San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: Janet Howe, wife of Bruce Howe, not seen, an avid classic car collector, finds a single sheet of paper with old stamps as she sifts though the ashes of their wildfire-destroyed house in the Rancho Santa Fe community in San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: Office supply business owner Bruce Howe, an avid classic car collector, looks at a rare 1930 Model A Station Wagon, garaged at his burned home in the Rancho Santa Fe community in San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: A resident checks the remains of his next-door neighbor's home in the Rancho Santa Fe community. Rancho Santa Fe is an unincorporated census-designated place in San Diego County and the highest-income community in the United States with at least 2,500 households.
  • Oct. 25: Mark Wery, right, turns away after looking at his home for the first time in Poway, Calif., as his friend Eric Ottesen, left, comforts him. Evacuees were being allowed back into their neighborhoods and shelters were beginning to empty at an increasingly rapid rate.
  • Oct. 25: Volunteers, from left, Kathie Manie, Jasmine Jones and Rita Sweeting prepare to pray at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: A rescued surfboard and other items saved by firefighters are placed outside a wildfire burned home in the Rancho Santa Fe community of San Diego county, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: Firefighters check for smoldering embers by a creek in the Rancho Santa Fe community in San Diego county, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: An air tanker seen from Snow Valley Ski Resort drops its load of retardant as the battle against the Slide Fire continues in the San Bernardino National Forest in California.
  • Oct. 25: California Army National Guardsmen Sgt. Brandon Debritto, left, and Spc. Ryan Ballard, right, patrol an unburned part of an evacuated area of Rancho Bernardo in San Diego.
  • Oct. 25: Wildfire evacuee Joshua Simon, 23, of Rancho Bernardo, sleeps on air mattress at daybreak Thursday at Qualcomm Stadium, in San Diego, Calif. The stadium, home of the NFL San Diego Chargers, is being used as an evacuation center for those affected by wildfires. About 1,500 homes and more than 410,000 acres have been scorched across seven Southern California counties plagued by the wind-driven fires.
  • Oct. 25: A sign marks a wildfire-destroyed home as unsafe in the Rancho Bernardo neighborhood of San Diego.
  • Oct. 25: Residents wait in a long line of traffic, next to a hillside scorched by wildfires, to return to their homes in the Rancho Bernardo neighborhood of San Diego.
  • Oct. 25: Bobbie and Mark Davies walk though the ashes of their wildfire-destroyed house in the Rancho Bernardo section of San Diego.
  • Oct. 25: Sean Clevenger steps through the rubble of a burned out home on Whispering Pines Drives in Running Springs, Calif. Clevenger's home was among the few spared by a wildfire in the subdivision of the town in the San Bernardino mountains.
  • Oct. 25: The devastation of the Whispering Pines Drive neighborhood is seen through a burned out car in Running Springs, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: President Bush, center, hugs Kendra Jeffcoate, left, as her husband Jay Jeffcoate looks as they walked through the remains of their home that was damage by the California wildfires in San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: Friends of Oscar and Norma Lopez help the family look though the ashes of their destroyed house on Aguamiel Rd. in Rancho Bernardo, Calif.
  • Oct. 25: Marine One helicopter, with President Bush aboard, takes an aerial tour of the California wildfires near San Diego, Calif.

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