California "Camp Fire" Deadliest, Most Destructive In State History As Death Toll Hits 42

Zero Hedge | 11/10/2018 | Staff
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Northern California's Camp Fire burning near Chico is not only the state's most destructive, it is also California's deadliest in state history. A total of 42 people have died in the blaze - one of two major wildfires burning throughout California with a combined death toll of 44.

The Camp Fire in Butte County about 80 miles north of Sacramento grew to 125,000 acres overnight, up from 117,000, and has destroyed over 6,500 structures. It is just 30% contained.

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"This is an unprecedented event," said Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea on Monday night. "If you've been up there, you also know the magnitude of the scene we're dealing with. I want to recover as many remains as we possibly can, as soon as we can. Because I know the toll it takes on loved ones."

President Trump has approved an expedited disaster declaration request for the California fires, stating in a tweet that he wanted "to respond quickly in order to alleviate some of the incredible suffering going...
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