Dozens dead, hundreds missing in California fires


At least 31 people are dead and hundreds more are unaccounted for as three major wildfires burn across California.

 Hundreds of thousands have been forced to evacuate their homes.

 The Camp Fire, burning north of San Francisco, has killed at least 29 people, matching the deadliest fire in the state’s history. The Griffith Park fire of 1933 also left 29 people dead.

 Much of the city of Paradise was completely destroyed by the blaze, which has consumed more than 111,000 acres.

 In Southern California, the massive Woolsey Fire has destroyed 85,000 acres, killed two people, and now threatens 60,000 structures.

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