Where Did All the Camp Fire Survivors Go?

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Detail from a graphic created by Cal State Chico researchers showing where former residents of Paradise now live. (Courtesy of California State University, Chico)

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Where Did All the Camp Fire Survivors Go?

As part of our ongoing coverage of the 2018 Camp Fire, which destroyed much of Paradise and surrounding towns, we take a look at where survivors are now. The fire forced many residents to scatter across the region, the state and the country. Now, research out of Chico State is giving us new insights into where so many people went.
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