Grief & Suffering | In a California town struck by a mass shooting and a wildfire, stunned neighbors and churches offered comfort to one another
by Sophia Lee
Posted 11/20/18, 09:36 am
For days, the sun and moon were blood-orange—that is, if you could see them through the thick haze of ashes and smoke. Three major wildfires in California in November—the Camp Fire in Northern California, the Woolsey and Hill Fires in Southern California—devoured hundreds of thousands of acres, killing at least 80 people and destroying thousands of homes. In some areas, the haze was so dense that it tinted everything orange-yellow, as though the world had transformed into an old sepia photograph.