Paradise students displaced by deadly Camp Fire head back to school

Students displaced by the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, are returning to school for the first time since the deadly fire leveled most of their town.
0:40 | 12/03/18

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On paradise California it's back to school even though all but one of the town's schools were destroyed or significantly damaged by the camp wildfire. Classes will be held on campuses or other spaces outside town. While many middle and preschool students are doing independent study. Although 88 people died in that fire not want was a student or school staff members. There's no school in the Anchorage area and for many adults no work today either the region's roads were severely damaged by Friday's powerful seven point oh earthquake. Residents living north and Ingrid are encouraged to take the day off for work from home. More than a thousand aftershocks have been reported and more are expected.

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