The death toll from wildfires in Northern California has risen to 77, while nearly 1,300 remain on a list of people unaccounted for.The figure of death is increasing steadily.
Meanwhile, about 12,000 buildings in the province have been completely burnt and the whole city has lost its identity. Officials believe that Paradise is so devastated in the city that it can take many years to settle again. According to officials, the chances of finding missing people are very low because there is no information about missing people having entered in any other city. Rain is forecast for the affected area this week, which could bring some relief to firefighters but also complicate the challenging search for remains. Winds up to 50 mph and low humidity are also possible.
Investigators are reviewing the emergency call that was made during the camp fire on November 8 in North California. In Southern California Malibu, just outside of Los Angeles, few people died in a Woolsey fire. It is destructive wildfire burning in California USA and has burnt acres of land. This fire is being described as the most horrendous and devastating wildfire in the history of the state. Northern parts of the state recorded the worst levels of air quality in the world because of the smoke from the California wildfires. It has exceeded cities in India and China. Smoke from the fire also forced the closure of public schools in San Francisco on Friday and the shutdown of the city’s iconic cable cars. People are wearing masks and the Department of public health recommends that everyone stay indoors and avoid exposure to the outside air. U.S. President Donald Trump meets people affected by forest fire He also shared a video on his Twitter account. This video shows how the entire city was destroyed by fire. During this, Trump also met personnel engaged in rescue and relief operations. Mr. Trump on Saturday called the wildfire a really bad one and it’s time to pull together for the people of California and also hopefully it would be the last