Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Burnt out cars and destroyed homes are all that is left in the Coffey park area of Santa Rosa California on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 after a fast moving fire.

The Tubbs Fire raced out of the mountains and into the Coffey Park suburb of Santa Rosa in the middle of the night. With calamitous velocity, it consumed 1,300 homes in Coffey Park.

Six days later, those who had homes there still aren't allowed to return and sift through the ashes. They are people living with loss, with evolving, confusing emotions, and with questions they'd never considered.

Click here to read "Hunted by fire: How members of one LDS ward survived California's firestorm."