BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Even on Thanksgiving, repair crews and emergency personnel did not take a break working on areas affected by the Camp Fire.
In addition to those crews, over 200 law enforcement officers were also on duty patrolling the streets.
Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea emphasized how committed these efforts have been from those crews.
"Our searchers and law enforcement officers are committed to this effort," Honea said.
He said that they will also have over 830 people out there on Nov. 23 to continue the job. The 830 includes volunteers and law enforcement staff.
In addition to the mentioned staff, there will be 200 law enforcement staff patrolling and protecting those areas.
Crews are also hard at work in the process to let evacuees back into affected areas like Paradise and Concow.
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