Linda Tunis, 69, died early Monday after the wildfires, which first ignited Sunday, struck her home in Santa Rosa, Northern California
A daughter who launched a social media campaign to find her mom who was trapped in California wildfires has revealed her mom has been confirmed dead.
Jessica Tunis on Wednesday said her mom Linda Tunis, 69, died at her Santa Rosa home.
'My mother's remains have been found at her home at Journey's End. May she rest in peace, my sweet Momma,' she said.
She added on facebook: 'I have been a mess, absolutely devastated.
'Hug and kiss your loved ones extra hard tonight.'
Jessica was on the phone to her mother when she was surrounded by fire and unable to escape.
'I'm telling her to run, get out, get out, just get out of the house,' she told NBC News Thursday.
Her mother responded to her saying: 'I can't get out, there's fire everywhere, fire outside, fire, I can't get out of my house.'
Linda continued: 'I'm telling her I love her and she tells me she's going to die.' That was the last thing she said to her daughter before the call dropped.
Jessica immediately called 911 on Monday, as she wasn't sure if her mom had been able to escape or not.
She turned to social media, along with hundreds of others looking for loved ones and posted a picture of her mother smiling at a café (above) with information to contact her
Jessica looks visibly heartbroken (above) as she said: 'I'm telling her to run, get out, get out, just get out of the house'
Pictured here are the remains of where Linda Tunis lived at the Journey's End mobile home park in Santa Rosa, California
She then turned to social media, along with hundreds of others looking for loved ones and posted a picture of her mother smiling at a café with the caption: 'Does anyone know if Journey's End Mobile Home Park got evacuated before it burned down? I can't find my mom, Linda Tunis.'
Her post generated more than 100 comments, largely from strangers who offered encouragement and tips, she told an AP reporter Tuesday night.
Some even went to shelters to search for the woman who loved bingo and the beach.
Jessica (pictured here) also said: 'Please help me find her. I need her back. I don't want to lose my mom'
The deadly fires have already destroyed tens of thousands of acres in the Northern California area and with the wind picking up, meteorologist's claim it will grow even stronger by the weekend.
The blazes, which ignited Sunday, have killed at least 23 people and at least 285 people have been reported missing in just the Sonoma County alone.
3,500 buildings have been completely destroyed and schools in Napa county have been canceled for the rest of the week.
Pictured here is the Journey's End mobile home park, where Linda Tunis used to live