CALIFORNIA (NBC News) – The death toll from California’s deadly “Camp Fire” rose again Tuesday with the discovery of new bodies.
At least 48 people were killed in the fire, making it the deadliest in the state’s history.
Forensic teams are searching the remnants of homes in vehicles in what was once the town of Paradise, where dozens are still missing.
Meanwhile, an inferno still rages in the hills outside Los Angeles as well.
Firefighters are dousing the “Woolsey Fire,” which has claimed at least two lives, from the sky and confronting the flames on the ground.
Those living near the fire lines are dealing with anxiety and uncertainty as new evacuations are ordered.
Some only had a few minutes to flee.
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