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Rain breaks, easing search for remains of California wildfire

DNA Sunday, 25 November 2018
Rain breaks, easing search for remains of California wildfireTeams searching for remains from the deadliest wildfire in California history were able to comb through wreckage in dry weather on Saturday, but rains are expected to return next week and officials warned of a threat of mudslides.

The so-called Camp Fire all but obliterated the mountain community of Paradise, 175 miles (280...
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According to Reuters, hundreds of volunteers and police officers spent the Thanksgiving holiday combing through the wreckage of California’s deadliest wildfire, searching for the remains of victims killed in the blaze. The Camp Fire killed at least 83 people and 563 are still unaccounted for in and...

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