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Gabriela, 32, a strawberry picker from Oaxaca, Mexico, who lives in Oxnard, Calif., had to wear a bandanna to cover her nose and mouth to avoid inhaling smoke from a wildfire while working in the fields. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Many California Farmworkers Forced To Stay Behind During The Wildfires

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A member of a search and rescue team combs the ruins of a mobile home park Wednesday in Paradise, Calif. Hundreds of people remain missing, and survivors are struggling to cope with life after escaping the Camp Fire. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Mourners pray for the victims of the Camp Fire during a vigil Sunday in Chico, Calif. The wildfire killed dozens of people and effectively wiped the entire town of Paradise off the map. Noah Berger/AP hide caption

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Ryan Spainhower and his wife Kimberly discover a coin they had made during their honeymoon amidst the burned ashes of their home in Paradise, Calif., on Sunday. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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