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is in hornbrook now with a look at what survived the fire and when residents could return home. i'm standing right beside the hornbrook cematery, you can see this field behind me that is completely black and to my left multiple structures are a complete loss. i can't even tell what these structures used to be .. whether they were homes or some kind of other buildings -- everything looks the same -- black. to my right is the rest of the city of hornbrook, which remarkable survived. the cemetary is has a couple burnt patches but no headstones appear to be damaged. as far as when hornbrook will reopen -- i talked with a siskiyou county sheriff's deputy who says that they are hoping residents will be able to return as soon as tomorrow. he says that when the town does open back up residents who are re-entering will be given this piece of paper that goes over safety precautions and expectations. on here it says that those entering the area will need to be wearing closed toed shoes, pants, and long sleeves, as well as dust masks and eye protection. the sheriff's deputy says that the reason after five days of living in uncertainty, some people