A wind-driven wildfire destroyed at least 30 homes after it spread to an RV park in Brannan Island, California, on October 11.
The incident, dubbed the Brannan Fire, had reached over 40 acres, according to local news, with evacuation orders issued for the area.
The American Red Cross opened a shelter in nearby Lodi for those displaced by the flames.
A Cal Fire red flag warning was in place for central and northern California at the time, warning of the critical fire conditions of gusty winds and low humidity.
The Rio Vista Fire Department posted this footage. Forward progress of the fire had been stopped, they said. Credit: Rio Vista Fire Department via Storyful