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She died on Monday as the Tubbs Fire raced from Calistoga west into Santa Rosa, surprising residents and firefighters.Her husband, 76, suffered serious burns but survived.The Ocons dropped their daughter off at a friend’s house in Petaluma, then spent all night and all morning searching evacuation sites and hospitals. Monday telling them to come, right away, to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital.Monica Ocon ran inside, but her husband spotted the firefighter, who waved him over.
And just before daybreak, just as the worst of the inferno had passed, Carmen Berriz stopped breathing. Carmen Berriz, 75, of Apple Valley in San Bernardino County, was one of 31 victims of the fires that have swept through Northern California this week.Outside, the family made a panicked scramble to their cars.Luis Ocon took the lead, then his wife and daughter in a second car.Everyone ran from the house in just the clothes they’d been sleeping in.
Armando and Carmen Berriz managed to pull on shoes.Luis Ocon had met a firefighter, Jason Novak with Cal Fire, while he was fleeing, and though Novak had made him leave, he’d promised to look for the Berrizes.