The most destructive fire in California history is also the deadliest. The so-called "Camp Fire," north of Sacramento, and the "Woolsey Fire" near Los Angeles are keeping more than 8,000 firefighters very busy.
Forty-four people are confirmed dead in the fires that broke out last Thursday. The "Camp Fire" alone is blamed for 42 deaths, and that number is expected to rise.
More than 200 people remain unaccounted for. The fire has destroyed more than 7,000 structures.
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