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Deadly California Camp Fire ravages communties in Butte County

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Deadly California Camp Fire ravages communties in Butte County

Deadly California Camp Fire ravages communties in Butte County

A fast-moving wildfire has killed five people in northern California, authorities said on Friday.

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Deadly California Camp Fire ravages communties in Butte County

A fast-moving wildfire has killed five people in northern California, authorities said on Friday.

This clip shows the so-called Camp Fire sweeping through the town of Paradise in Butte County on Thursday.

Paradise has reportedly been virtually destroyed by the blaze.

The five dead were found in the same part of the town of Paradise, officials said.




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