Paradise lost: Photos show town before and after the Camp Fire destroyed it
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At least 29 people have died in the Camp fire, which has burned the town of Paradise to the ground. There are still people missing and 6, of homes and structures have been destroyed, according to Butte County Sheriff and coroner Kory Honea. More than , people have now been evacuated across California. Most of the evacuations have taken place in Los Angeles County, where , residents have fled. How far has the Camp fire spread?
Click through the gallery to see before and after photos of Paradise, Calif. In less than 24 hours, a fast-moving Northern California wildfire exploded into a raging monster that devoured nearly an entire town 15 miles east of Chico. Many of buildings are now piles of ash. Images in the gallery, including before-and-after-views, reveal the scale of the devastation and tragedy. Firefighters for the most part were just kind of letting it happen because the wind was blowing flames everywhere, and it was unstoppable. So far, the wildfire has killed 29 people. Some of the victims were found in burned vehicles.
1ofClick through the gallery to see before and after photos of Paradise, Calif. after the Camp mishkanet.com: Kurtis Alexander/Chronicle.
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Wildfires that have raged through parts of California have reduced homes and businesses to charred remains, leaving lives in ruins. Cars caught in the flames have been reduced to scorched metal skeletons, while homes were left as smouldering piles of debris, with an occasional brick wall or chimney remaining. So far, 31 people have died in the blazes, which are centred on an area popular with celebrities in hills to the northwest of Los Angeles and also on a small town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. The so-called "Camp Fire" north of the state capital Sacramento, which has killed 29, has destroyed 6, buildings and effectively wiped the community of Paradise off the map. It is not the first time Paradise, a spread out rural town where virtually all of its homesteads are swathed in pine trees, has been devastated by forest fires.
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