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The Nooner for November 17th

 

FIRES: Last night, the number missing in the Camp Fire surged to over 1,011, from a previous estimate of around 150 and 631 Thursday night. These were largely from better cataloging of reports previous filed. At 826 structures destroyed, the SoCal Woosley Fire now makes the Top 20 list of most destructive wildfires in California recorded history.

  • Camp Fire: 71 deaths, 9,700 single-family residences, 144 multi-family residences, 336 commercial destroyed; 15,500 structures threatened; 148,000 acres; 55% contained
  • Woolsey Fire: 3 deaths, 836 structures destroyed; 57,000 structures threatened; : 98,362 acres; 82% 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): 9,070 structures destroyed (November 2018) - 

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