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What the fires in Vacaville and Fairfield look like up close

The LNU Fire has burned over 46,000 acres since it began Tuesday.

SACRAMENTO, Calif — The LNU Lightning Complex Fire has forced evacuations in parts of Napa and Sonoma counties. The fire has burned 46,225 acres and is 0% contained, according to Cal Fire.   

Gov. Gavin Newsom addressed wildfire concerns during a press conference Wednesday. He blamed the extraordinary weather and thousands of lightning strikes for 367 known fires, including 23 major fires or groups of fires. He said the state has recorded nearly 11,000 lightning strikes in 72 hours. 

ABC10 reporter Van Tieu at the scene of a burning home along Steiger Hill Road in Vacaville that fire crews were unable to save:

ABC10 reporter Giacomo Luca on I-80 after the fire swept through:

ABC10 reporter John Bartell found neighbors helping neighbors put out the fire in Vacaville:

ABC10 reporter Lena Howland encountered the fire off of Serenity Hills Road in Vacaville. Firefighters were standing by to do structure protection for multiple houses nearby:

WATCH: Cal Fire gives update on LNU Lightning Complex Fire | California Wildfires RAW

WATCH: The LNU Lightning Complex Fire burning off of Serenity Hills Road in Vacaville | RAW

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