Number Of Unaccounted People From Camp Fire Drops To 25
Meanwhile, the number of fatalities related to the Camp Fire, the nation's deadliest fire in a century, stands at 88.
Camp Fire: The List Of Missing People Drops To 25
More than three weeks after the Camp Fire began ravaging Northern California, the Butte County Sheriff announced Saturday the number of unaccounted for has dropped to 25 people. The lift of missing has fluctuated since the fire began on Nov. 8, reaching a high of 1,276 people on Nov. 17. The missing list began at 35, returning to double digits for the first time Friday when it shrunk from 196 to 49. (Lam, 12/2)
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Weeks After Losing Her Home, Camp Fire Survivor To Guide Low-Vision Runner At California International Marathon
When California’s deadliest wildfire blazed through the small Butte County town of Paradise, resident Deb Yoder was in Micronesia with just a few belongings. Fortunately, she’d packed her running shoes. The marathoner worked part-time as a nurse at Adventist Health Feather River Hospital, which suffered extensive damage in the fire, according to the Chico Enterprise-Record. (Caiola, 12/2)