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Six months after the Camp Fire, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is preparing to open the first mobile home park built for survivors of the deadliest and most destructive blaze in modern California history.

FEMA has faced criticism following last year's fire season for how slowly the agency has brought in trailers and mobile homes.

Around 700 units of temporary housing for people displaced by the Camp Fire are planned for four as-yet-unfinished mobile home parks.

At this rate, it may take as long to get the FEMA trailer parks up and running as the year and a half time frame the agency says people will be temporarily housed.