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The Nooner for November 18th

 

FIRES: The number of people missing in the Camp Fire now stands at at least 1,276. The number of structures destroyed in the Woolsey Fire surged past 1,000 last night.

  • Camp Fire: 76 fatalities, 9,700 single-family residences, 191 multi-family residences, 367 commercial destroyed; 15,500 structures threatened; 149,000 acres; 55% contained
  • Woolsey Fire: 3 fatalaties, 1,008 structures destroyed; 98,362 acres; 84% contained 

DEADLIEST WILDFIRES IN CALIFORNIA RECORDED HISTORY OVER THE LAST 13 MONTHS:

#1 Camp Fire (Butte): 71 deaths (November 2018) - active fire
#4 Tubbs Fire (Napa/Sonoma): 22 deaths (October 2017)
#11 Redwood Valley Fire (Mendocino): 9 deaths (October 2017)
#14 Carr Fire (Shasta/Tehama/Trinity): 7 deaths (July 2018)
#15 Atlas Fire (Napa/Solano): 6 deaths (October 2017)

(source: CALFIRE plus Camp Fire incident update; as of 11/16/18) 

MOST DESTRUCTIVE WILDFIRES IN CALIFORNIA RECORDED HISTORY OVER THE LAST 13 MONTHS:

#1 Camp Fire (Butte): 10,258 structures destroyed (November 2018) - active fire
#2 Tubbs Fire (Napa/Sonoma): 5,636 structures destroyed (October 2017)
#7 Carr Fire (Shasta/Tehama/Trinity): 1,604 structures destroyed (July 2018)
#8 . . .

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