The Camp Fire is 153,336 acres and is 95 percent contained. No structures are threatened at this time.
Cal Fire and Butte County have released a new interactive aerial map to assess areas affected by the Camp Fire. The map provides 360 views as well as aerial drone footage in areas such as Paradise, Magalia and Concow. Click the link to view the map.
Camp Fire Animal Shelter Housing Pets at Chico Airport
Some 700 animals who survived the Camp Fire are still being sheltered at the Chico Airport. The Butte County Department of Public Health is asking everyone to pick up their pets as soon as it is safe to return home. Large animals such as horses and cows remain housed at the Butte County Fairgrounds in Gridley.
Hundreds of Personnel Continue to Search Areas Affected by Camp Fire
Hundreds of personnel Thursday continued the search through homes in Paradise as they race to complete the primary searches on over 12,000 properties destroyed in the Camp Fire. There are also hundreds of more crews from general law enforcement personnel to PG&E crews and many more. They are working to make the area safe so that residents can return.
FEMA says they have already been able to provide $9.1 million of assistance to fire victims so far. They are still helping residents find resources for homeowner's insurance as well as other services needed to recover and rebuild.
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