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Northern California town of Paradise lost 90% of its population after Camp Fire, data shows

USATODAY.com Friday, 12 July 2019
The town of Paradise has lost over 90% of its population since the Camp Fire last year, according to data California released Thursday.
 
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Paradise population decreases 90% since Camp Fire

The town of Paradise has lost more than 90% of its population since the devastating Camp Fire in November of 2018.

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