(Napa, CA) — California’s wildfires are reaching historic proportions. Deadly lightning-sparked blazes have burned about one-point-three-million acres in the past week. President Trump has declared a state of disaster for several counties hard hit by the fires. The LNU Lightning Complex Fire is now the second-largest wildfire in California history. Its leveled almost 900 structures in and around wine country’s Sonoma, Napa and Lake Counties. As of this morning, the fire’s creeping up on 348-thousand acres, which is more than 500 square miles. The SCU Lightning Complex Fire has scorched about 344-thousand acres east of San Jose. It’s now the third largest in California history. The overalll death from the massives blazes stands at around half a dozen.