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The Camp Fire, which is currently burning in Northern California, has become the deadliest wildfire i
 

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November 13 · Issue #433 · View online
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The Camp Fire, which is currently burning in Northern California, has become the deadliest wildfire in state history with a death toll of 42 as of this morning. Click on the image below to see two satellite images from NASA that show the enormous scope of the blaze, which has scorched more than 117,000 acres (47,000 hectares), destroyed more than 7,000 structures and forced 52,000 people to evacuate their homes. Visible in the second image is the Woolsey Fire in Southern California, which has killed two people and burned more than 93,000 acres (37,600 hectares). Both fires are roughly 30 percent contained at the moment.
39°45'41.6"N, 121°36'25.1"W

Source imagery: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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