California Camp Fire Deadliest In State History
The death toll from the California wildfires had risen to 44. Thirteen more bodies were recovered on Monday, the Butte County sheriff said. The Camp Fire in northern California destroyed an entire town in less than a day and has killed at least 42 people, making it the deadliest fire in the state's history. Authorities said it was 30% contained Monday evening. The Woolsey and Hill Fires are burning on the outskirts of LA, and Woolsey alone has burned more than 146 square miles.