Wildfire Victims Consider Leaving California for Good

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A home is overshadowed by towering smoke plumes as the Camp fire races through town in Paradise, California on November 08, 2018.  (Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)

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Wildfire Victims Consider Leaving California for Good

This week marks one year since the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history swept through the town of Paradise and surrounding towns. We meet a family that's starting to wonder if staying in California is the right call.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley

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