Camp Fire Continues to Burn as Search and Rescue Efforts Continue

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A rescue worker uses a cadaver dog to search for human remains at a mobile home park that was destroyed by the Camp Fire on November 14, 2018 in Paradise, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The Camp Fire in Butte County has killed at least 56 people with more than 100 still missing. In this segment, we'll get an update on efforts to contain the fire and hear how the community is faring, as evacuees pitch tents and park RV's in various parking lots around Chico.

Resources Mentioned on Air


Alex Emslie, reporter, KQED News

Lily Jamali, co-host and correspondent, KQED's The California Report

Stephanie Hayden, co-founder, The Oroville Hope Center

Penny Spaletta, lost her home to the Camp Fire

Brandi Richard, public affairs officer, External Affairs Office of the Regional Administrator, FEMA Region IX

Charles Cecil, forensic anthropologist, San Francisco's Office of the Medical Examiner