Transcript for California fires have caused unprecedented damage, left at least 44 dead
Dear Santa Ana winds stoking a massive bull cease fire flare up. Residents who had just been told it was safe to return on edge again. We evacuated from. Can that we thought everything was. We're looking. Another threat. Melanie Turk once Calabasas home saved by a neighbor's gaining on his roof. Hosing down her property with water actually it felt like just fireballs coming right at you can feeling you can see. See it here at it was awful it was an awful experience people helping neighbors and strangers some of your grappling with not only the devastation of this fire. But the mass shooting that shook the community last week. Officials warning the danger is far from over. There are still some embers out there and some. Small active fire areas this not quite safe yet. In northern California the death hole in the can't fire continues to rise. Teams using cadaver dogs to painstakingly searched through charred ruins for signs of bodies. More than 200 people here remain missing. This is president trump thinks first responders today. Yesterday I signed a disaster declaration. For the state of California. We will do everything in our power to support and protect our fellow citizens in harm's way. Two separate power outages were reported in areas where the fire started moments before flames erupted but the causes of both fires remain under investigation. Natalie Bernal ABC news Calabasas California.
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