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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Deadliest Fire in 85 Years

11/12/2018 (Permalink)

As the blaze continues to run through Northern California, we continue to learn of the devastation it leaves behind. The Camp Fire in Butte County has destroyed 6,453 home as of Monday morning. More devastatingly so, there has been 29 people killed. Some victims were found in cars fleeing and other inside burned homes. Still over 200 people are reported missing. There are over 4,000 fire fighters battling the blaze.

The Hill Fire in Ventura County has burned through 4,531 acres and destroyed two buildings. It is currently 75 percent contained and will the efforts of fire fighters and all the responders involved we hope to see it completely contained soon.

Unfortunately, for Southern CA, the Woolsey Fire continued to rage and has burned 91,572 acres. Two people have been killed and about 370 homes have been destroyed. It currently only 20 percent contained.

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