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12 October 2017, 03:45 | Israel Caldwell
Deadly As of Tuesday night the death toll from the wildfires raging in Northern California had now grown to 17
Two destructive wildfires reportedly devastated more than 52,000 acres in central California'sNapa and Sonoma valleys, which together account for the lion's share of American wine production.
While firefighters have now surrounded half of the fire, with full containment expected this weekend, the production will remain on hiatus through Thursday, per Deadline. Friday and Saturday were already planned days off for the show, so filming is now scheduled to resume on Sunday.
Per the outlet, those in the cast and crew that have opted to leave have been flown home as many of them have homes in the areas of the fire. Some members expressed their sympathy for those severely affected.
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Wildfires have been raging up and down the coast of California, and due to the Santa Ana winds and dry weather, the 13RW cast and crew have been forced to take safety precautions and put a pause on filming Season 2. More than 20,000 people were ordered to evacuate their residences in order to evade potential danger.
Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay Jensen in the teen drama, and Devin Druid, who plays Tyler Down, have both tweeted their sadness over the fires and their well-wishes for those affected.
13 Reasons Why, which premiered its first season on Netflix in March, is based on the 2007 Jay Asher novel of the same name.