PARADISE, Calif. - CAL OES has released new numbers showing how much has been done in the debris removal process.
It shows nearly half a million tons of debris and nearly 1,400 plots of land have been cleared in the Camp Fire burn scar.
In Southern California, more than 270,000 tons of debris has been removed.
Cal OES says the nice weather has allowed crews to work more quickly in clearing the lots.
Action News Now will continue to provide updated numbers.
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