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>> California's deadliest and most destructive wild fire in history only growing as of Tuesday, while two other fires rage in the southern part of the state. The camp fire which has killed scores in Northern California, was only 30% contained according to the state's Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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Reuters Correspondent Noel Randewich was with a forensics team searching for human remains.>> I'm in the town of Paradise on a residential street where every single building, every single house that we've seen so far has been completely burned to the ground. A team of rescuers have just arrived on the scene.
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They are going from one property, I can't really call it house any more, from one property to another. With dogs poking through what essentially is just ashes and cinders, and pieces of odd brick.>> More than 200 people were still unaccounted for on Tuesday, and listed as missing.
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>> We've got so many people missing of our neighbors, our neighbors are gone.>> Meanwhile in Southern California, two people have died in the separate Woolsey Fire. Which has destroyed more than 400 structures, and displaced roughly 200,000 people on the Malibu coast, west of Los Angeles. That fire was only 35% contained, but fierce near hurricane force winds threatened to undo progress fire fighters have made with both the Woolsey and Hill fires.
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>> We mourn the lives of those lost and we pray for the victims.>> After casting blame on poor forest management in recent tweets. The President struck a more sympathetic tone on Tuesday in a speech at the White House.>> I can tell you as a group, God bless everybody, that's a very tough situation.