Fire chief urges California residents to heed evacuation alerts


Twenty-three people have been killed in Northern California’s Camp Fire and have been two killed in Southern California’s Woolsey Fire. Most of the bodies are being discovered in the town of Paradise, making Camp Fire the third deadliest in California history. It’s burned through 109,000 acres, destroyed 6,713 buildings – most of them homes – and is 25% contained as of Sunday. The Camp Fire blaze’s death toll is only feared to rise with at least 110 missing persons reports still pending. Four search and recovery teams are currently combing through the remains of Paradise and a mobile DNA lab has been dispatched. Santa Ana winds that are fueling the fires are expected to gain strength again Sunday and last through Monday.

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