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Damage Assessments Continue For Valley Fire

Brian Skoloff / AP

This image taken with a drone shows a street in Middletown, Calif., where several homes were completely destroyed by the Lake County wildfire, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015.

Brian Skoloff / AP



8 a.m. - Cal Fire says some 3,861 firefighters are continuing to battle the Valley Fire in Lake, Napa and Sonoma counties. The blaze has blackened 76,067 acres and is 75 percent contained.

Firefighters are mopping up and securing the fire perimeter. Damage assessments are also ongoing. Current information indicate that 1,910 structures including 1,238 single-family homes, 23 multi-family homes, 64 commercial structures and 585 other structures have been destroyed.

The Lake County Office Of Education says Konocti Unified and Kelseyville Unified School Districts re-opened Monday. Meanwhile Lakeport Unified, Upper Lake Union High, Upper Lake Union Elementary and Lucerne Elementary School Districts resumed classes last week. Middletown Unified School District hope to reopen this week, according to the county's Facebook post.