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A scene of tired, very sad, blank eyed faces was repeated at school gyms, church hallways, Vets Halls and other community centers where evacuation operations were set up on the periphery of the Columbus Day wildfire that engulfed northern Santa Rosa, Larkfield Wikiup and the Mayacamas ridgeline stretching almost to Cloverdale.
Windsor High School was opened early Monday morning by county emergency operations staff, led by employees of the Town of Windsor. By mid day Monday, over one hundred people gathered, seeking rest,
a safe haven and some clean water and food. The evacuation center team also offered medical checks, a quiet room, children’s games, free wi fi and as much comfort as possible.
The elderly residents of the Shiloh Green Manor assisted living center were all housed in the Windsor High School gymnasium. Nearby entire families huddled on mats and folding chairs.
Robert Ramirez, economic opportunity director for the Town of Windsor, was in charge of the center and said he had a full complement of volunteers and plenty of supplies. As of later Monday afternoon Ramirez said he was awaiting the arrival of some cots to prepared for housing many of the evacuees over night.
At the other end of Windsor Road, the county’s Charles M. Schulz Airport sat in eery organ and gray silence, darkened by an electrical power outage. All commercial and other air traffic was suspended due to zero visibility from the fire’s smoky clouds overhead.
Only the periodic landing and refueling by CalFire helicopters and winged fire bombers broke the stillness over the airfield that is usually bustling with jetted in wine country visitors and travelers. Only a lone security guard was on duty and the parking lot was conspicuously empty.
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