Firefighters' Kyle Beinschroth, Lee Phillippi and Anthony Burrows, from left, are seen Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2006, at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, Calif. Pablo Cerda, 23, became the fifth U.S. Forest Service firefighter to die of burns suffered when an engine crew was overrun by a wildfire. Investigators have recommended arson and murder charges against a 36-year-old man in connection to the blaze.
Homeowner Diana Kang, center, is assisted by San Bernardino County firefighter Adrian Leon, left, and Captain Tim Metzger, Sunday, Oct. 29, 2006, in Twin Pines, Calif., after learning that her home burned to the ground during the Esperanza Fire on Thursday. Kang and her husband returned to the area for the first time Sunday.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, left, looks over the wreckage of a burned out home with Phil Reddish during a tour Sunday October 29, 2006 in Twin Pines, Calif. Firefighters were aided by dying winds in the battle against a 63-square-mile wildfire that killed five of their own and destroyed more than 30 homes.
A firefighter uses a drip torch to set a backfire at the deadly Esperanza Fire before dawn in the San Jacinto Mountains on Oct. 27, 2006, near Banning, Calif., west of Palm Springs. Five U.S. Forest Service firefighters were killed when a wall of flame swept over them as they tried to protect a home on Oct. 26. The Santa Ana Wind-driven wildfire grew to more than 24,000 acres.
The deadly Esperanza Fire burns near trailers before dawn on Friday, Oct 27, 2006 in Banning, Calif., west of Palm Springs. On Friday, a reward for information leading to an arrest in the fast-moving fire tripled to $300,000.
The Esperanza Fire fueled by Santa Ana winds burns near homes in Banning, Calif., 90 miles east of Los Angeles Friday, Oct. 27, 2006. Fire crews were working Friday to hold the western edge of a fast-moving blaze that raced across 15 miles of terrain with the help of hot, dry Santa Ana winds, killing five firefighters who became trapped by a wall of flames.
An American flag flies at half staff at the U.S. Forest Service Vista Grande fire station in honor of four firefighters who were killed in the morning hours while fighting the Esperanza Fire, Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006, north of Idyllwild, Calif. A fifth firefighter died Tuesday, Oct. 31 as a result of the wind-whipped wildfire allegedly started by an arsonist.
Riverside Co. Sheriff investigators and forensic personnel document the area where five firefighters died while guarding a house, Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006, near Poppet Flats, Calif. The firefighters were killed in the nation's deadliest wildfire firefighting disaster in five years.
Flames consume brush Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006, near Poppet Flats, Calif. A wind-whipped wildfire started by an arsonist killed five firefighters and stranded up to 400 people in a recreational-vehicle park when flames burned to the edge of the only road out, officials said.
Smoke looms up over the the Esperanza Fire at Twin Pines, Calif., in the San Bernardino National Forest Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006. Fire crews struggled to protect homes Friday from the wind-whipped wildfire that trapped and killed five firefighters in a wall of flames as it raced across almost 38 square miles in Southern California.
Firefighters work the Esperanza Fire in Cabazon, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006. The fire was only 5 percent contained early Friday as more than 1,100 firefighters worked to protect homes and build fire lines. The blaze destroyed dozens of structures, including at least 30 homes, and claimed the lives of five U.S. Forest Service firefighters.
A smoke-filled sky covers the setting sun as the Esperanza fire burns in the San Bernardino National Forest Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006, in Riverside County, Calif. The wildfire set by an arsonist and driven by fierce Santa Ana winds killed five federal firefighters and drove hundreds of people from their homes Thursday, authorities said.
A wildfire burns a home located along Twin Pines Road near Cabazon, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006. The wildfire swept through dry brush near Palm Springs Thursday, killing four firefighters, severely burning another who later died, and threatened homes and businesses and forced evacuations.
Area resident Howard Graham, of Poppet Flats, reacts at a Red Cross wildfire evacuation center in the Banning Community Center in Banning, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006. Graham said he did not know if his house was still standing, as a wildfire swept through the area. He said he has been a Twin Pines resident for 7 years and never had to evacuate before.
Smoke rises from a wildfire burning in Cabazon, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006. The wildfire swept through dry brush near Palm Springs Thursday, killing four firefighters, severely burning another who later died, threatening homes and businesses and forcing evacuations.
With a thick cloud of smoke blocking the sunlight, California Department of Forestry firefighters watch a wildfire as it threatens to jump Highway 243 in Banning, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006.
Heavy winds force a California Department of Forestry fire engine to be positioned away from a wildfire as it jumps Highway 243 in Banning, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006.
A thick cloud of smoke from a fast moving wildfire blocks sunlight over a fire truck in Banning, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006.
A California Department of Forestry firefighter watches a wildfire as it jumps Highway 243 in Banning, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006.
Donna Morgan, left, and her husband Chuck Morgan, tend to two of their horses after they were evacuated from their home along with two other horses from Twin Pines in Banning, Calif., Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006, as smoke from a giant wildfire rises in the distance.