79 dead in California's Camp Fire

The Camp Fire is the deadliest, most destructive in California's history.
0:48 | 11/20/18

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The remains of two more victims of the wildfire disaster in northern California have now been found the death toll is now 79. Nearly 700 people are still unaccounted for. But there are some glimmers of hope including a man separated from his brother when they evacuated the hard hit town of paradise. They checked every shelter and makeshift camp until they found each other and then they called mom. I'm just giving you some good news here. I'm Paul Mellon and think. It's wrong it's. Will resume. He's been the Brothers were adopted so DNA testing wasn't any help their home in paradise was destroyed but the family plans to rebuild.

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