California town marks one year since deadly fire

The Northern California town of Paradise paused Friday to remember the 85 people killed in a wildfire one year ago. The town also unveiled a sculpture by a local artist made of thousands of donated keys. (Nov. 8)

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Paradise rising from ashes of wildfire devastation

Residents of Paradise, California are gradually rebuilding their lives and town, a year after the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in state history swept across the area killing 85 people and destroying thousands of homes and businesses. (Nov. 6)

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One year after wildfire, California’s Paradise begins reconstruction | AFP

One year ago, the deadly Camp fire devastated the Northern Californian city of Paradise. Named after its place of origin on Camp Creek Road, the fire left 86 people dead, thousands displaced, tens of thousands of buildings burned. Today, residents are beginning to rebuild a town that was nearly wiped off the map by the state’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire in modern history.

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Goats help prevent wildfires in California | AFP

In California, authorities use goats to prevent wildfires as the animals eat up brush that could lead to infernos. The practice, which began in recent years, has become common since the tragic Santa Rosa’s Tubbs fire in 2017 and the one in Paradise in 2018.

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Recovery starting 100 days after Paradise burned

It’s been 100 days since a wildfire nearly burned the town of Paradise off the map. The Nov. 8 blaze destroyed nearly 15,000 homes in the Northern California city of 27,000 residents. The long recovery is just starting. (Feb. 15)

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California is experiencing its worst wildfire season in a decade, and November’s Camp Fire was the deadliest, most destructive fire in the state’s recorded history. While climate change is partially to blame, and its effects becoming more severe according to a new government report, there might be another culprit at play. Gianna Toboni travels to the scorched town of Paradise to learn how California can survive a future of deadlier fires.

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Dog that survived wildfire guarded home for weeks

(10 Dec 2018) A dog that survived the catastrophic wildfire in Paradise, California protected the ruins of his home for almost a month until his owner returned. Madison was there waiting when Andrea Gaylord was allowed back to check on her burned property. (Dec. 10)

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One month after Camp Fire residents return to devastated city

“The way the fire moved, it’s just really strange…” A month after the Camp Fire, which killed at least 85 people, Scott Harris and dozens of residents of the bereaved city of Paradise are coming to terms with the new face of their city. More than 90% of it was destroyed, and the evacuation order has finally just been lifted in some districts. Many people are continuing to search the rubble of their homes for remains of objects. For the few residents whose homes are intact, such as Judy Welles, returning to her devastated neighborhood is not necessarily any easier to manage.

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(6 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Thursday December 6th: President George HW Bush burial in Texas today; Search for missing after US warplanes collide off Japan; Fatal school bus-truck crash in Illinois; Paradise, California residents return to destroyed homes.

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Residents return to California town leveled by wildfire

(5 Dec 2018) Hundreds of Paradise, CA residents were finally allowed back into neighborhoods a month after a blaze killed at least 85 people and destroyed about 14,000 homes. (Dec. 5)

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(4 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Tuesday December 4th: President Trump pays respects to George H.W. Bush; Israel says it found tunnels dug by Hezbollah; Protests in Wisconsin as lawmakers try to limit new Governor’s power; Paradise, California schools open.

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Flooding hits wildfire-scarred NorCal areas

(30 Nov 2018) Flash flooding hit a wildfire-scarred area of Northern California on Thursday, forcing officials to deploy swift water rescue teams to save people stuck in vehicles and rescue them from homes after a downpour near the Paradise area. (Nov. 30)

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Deputy body-cam video shows daring wildfire escape

(29 Nov 2018) Body camera video shows the tense moments when a sheriff’s deputy was driving through a raging wildfire in Paradise, California in search of four nurses. The deputy and the nurses were able to escape the flames on a bulldozer as it passed through the area. (Nov 29)

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Northern Calif. prepares to lift evacuation orders

(29 Nov 2018) Evacuation orders could be lifted in the fire-devastated town of Paradise, in Northern California, next week. Crews are facing a massive task as they try to restore power and other services. (Nov. 29)

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Rain could hinder Northern California search

(22 Nov 2018) Rain could help crews fight a deadly wildfire in Northern California. But it could also raise the risk of flash floods, complicating efforts to recover remains. At least 83 people are known dead in the fire that devastated Paradise, California. (Nov. 22)

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Search teams with cadaver dogs seek fire victims

(21 Nov 2018) As the search for human remains continues in the burned town of Paradise, fire officials in Northern California say some remains of the missing may never be found. (Nov. 20)

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Inside The Search For Nearly 1,000 People Missing From The California Wildfire (HBO)

CHICO, California — As the Camp Fire continues to burn, 12 days later, and at 66 percent containment, 77 deaths have been confirmed, and 993 are left unaccounted for.

With over 151,000 acres burned, the search for the unaccounted is unprecedented.

“We don’t normally have a process to deal with this many unaccounted for individuals,” Butte County Sheriff and Coroner Kory Honea told VICE News. But the list has posed several challenges for authorities trying to track everyone down. Issues range from: People not knowing they are on the list, duplicated names due to converged data sets, to even finding remains in all the debris.

While the list of unaccounted people represents an imperfect picture of the missing, it does illustrate the large retirement community in the area. Paradise, the city hardest hit by the fires, was known, in part, as a retirement community, a quiet place for people to get away.

VICE News spent time with Tammie Konicki, during her search for her missing 64-year-old mother, who was last seen getting into a car the morning of the fire.

“Hopefully she is somewhere and just doesn’t have a way to get a hold of us,” Konicki said of her mother. “Right now, for me, no news is good news, because no news means she hasn’t been found dead,” she said. “She’s not one of those bodies as of yet.”

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Paradise Lost: Drone footage shows scale of devastation left by California fires

It will take years to rebuild Paradise – the town of 27-thousand, if people decide that is what should be done, said Brock Long, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains looks like a wasteland.

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4th-generation Paradise resident mourns fire loss

(16 Nov 2018) A fourth-generation resident of Paradise who saved his home from the devastating wildfire tours the destroyed town and mourns the wildfire losses (Nov. 16)

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Drone video shows destruction from NorCal wildfire

(16 Nov 2018) As the search continues for more victims, drone video shows the extent of destruction from a wildifire that struck Paradise, California. Nearly 8,800 homes were destroyed in the community popular with retirees. (Nov. 15)

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AP reporter recounts NorCal wildfire body search

(15 Nov 2018) As firefighters searched the ruins of Paradise, California for the remains of those lost in a deadly wildfire, AP reporter Gillian Flaccus was there when two bodies were found. The blaze in Northern California destroyed the town of Paradise. (Nov. 15)

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Zinke: California fire ‘worst’ he’s ever seen

(15 Nov 2018) Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke joined California Gov. Jerry Brown on a visit to Paradise on Wednesday, saying it was the worst fire devastation he had ever seen. (Nov. 15)

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Inside The Town Devastated By The Deadliest Wildfire In California’s History (HBO)

Never. Never, had they seen anything like it. Never, did they think it could get to this. Never, did the residents of Paradise, CA think a fire would actually swallow their community whole.

“It was just like in the movies,” said 81 year-old Paradise resident, Bobbie Covington. “I was stuck in a line of traffic and cars were blowing up around me from the heat.”

The Camp Fire, which was at 35% containment as of Wednesday night, is on record as the most deadly and destructive fire in California’s history, having killed 56 people and destroying 8,817 structures, as of Wednesday evening.

“I called my son and said, ‘I love you, I’m not going to make it out of this,” said Covington, who lost her home of 45 years to the flames.

While investigators are still looking into what started the Camp Fire, a coalition of lawyers filed a lawsuit Tuesday, accusing PG&E of negligence for how they handled the power lines when conditions worsened.

“If they cut the power off the night before, this wouldn’t have happened,” said Paradise resident Cindy Heike, 59, who lost one of her properties.

PG&E, which expects to pay about $2.5 billion for its role and the losses in 14 wildfires last year, said they, “will fully cooperate with any investigations.”

Meanwhile, fire crews continue to work on putting an end to the Camp Fire and residents are left coming to terms with what was unimaginable.

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