On November 8, 2018, at least 88 civilians were killed by the Camp Fire, while three firefighters were injured, the fire also destroyed more than 10,321 structures, becoming the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history.
How many homes were destroyed in the Woolsey fire?
The damage documented by The Times is just a portion of the almost 97,000 acres burned by the Woolsey fire, which destroyed a total of 1,500 structures in Los Angeles and Ventura counties and killed three people, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
How many structures have been lost in the California fires?
Six of them were found inside structures and two were found outside. Statewide, the death toll is 59 (including three from the Woolsey Fire). There have been more than 10,000 structures destroyed by the Camp Fire, including homes.
Are California fires still burning?
The Camp Fire burning near Chico, California, is now the most destructive (and tied for deadliest) fire in state history. The fire has killed at least 29 people and incinerated more than 6,400 structures. More than 200 people are still missing.
How many homes have been destroyed in the camp fire?
The Camp Fire has destroyed over 13,900 homes.
How many homes were lost in Paradise California?
Some 11,862 structures were destroyed, including 9,700 single-family homes and 118 multi-family buildings. Further south near Los Angeles, the Woolsey Fire has destroyed at least 35 homes. And in a cruel twist, all of these people whose homes burned down now have to confront California’s housing crisis.
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