Sonoma County Sheriff's Office identifies remaining two fire death victims in county

A fire killed a woman in a Santa Rosa mobile home park. June 18, 2017

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office has released the identities of the remaining two unidentified people who died in Sonoma County during the October wildfires.

Karen Sue Aycock, 56, and Tamara Latrice Thomas, 47, were found dead in the Coffey Park area of Santa Rosa, sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Spencer Crum said.

DNA analysis was used to identify Aycock and Thomas, Crum said.

On Wednesday, the Sacramento County coroner's office identified fire victim Michael Azarian, 41, of Santa Rosa who died around 5 a.m. Sunday in the University of California at Davis Medical Center. Azarian lived in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa. 

Twenty-four people died in Sonoma County and 44 in California during the fires that started Oct. 8. 

The Atlas Fire burned through Napa and Solano counties, the Tubbs Fire in Sonoma and Napa counties and the Nuns fire in Sonoma and Napa counties.

Cal Fire officials said the Tubbs was the most destructive fire in California history and the third deadliest. 

The Tubbs Fire burned 36,807 acres, the Nuns Fire burned 56,556 
acres and the Atlas Fire burned 51,624 acres.