Gerard Butler's house destroyed and Julia Roberts evacuated in California Wildfires

California wildfire death toll leaps to 25

With California's Raging Fires, Fear And Devastation

"It's been a tough week".

American Red Cross: The American Red Cross is assisting residents in northern and southern California to help find shelter. "It seems to be stopped and burned into an area where firefighters can get a handle on it", McLean said.

Jon Tripp's house was one of them. Obviously, my heart goes out to the great people of Paradise, California.

Climate change, Osby said, was undeniably a part of why the fires burning in northern and southern California were more devastating and destructive than in years past.

"That was really scary". Your mother's somewhere and you don't know where she's at. Donate $, Time, Supplies I love you more than ever, Miley'.

Dr Strange director Scott Derrickson also lost his home in the Woolsey blaze on the weekend. It came all the way up to our gates, our development.

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The firefighters are among 200 firefighters from across Texas being deployed to California.

He also shared a short video of himself, standing amongst smouldering remains and showing the burnt-out shell of his house. "The power was out and I couldn't see anything". It's terrifying.'s not, not a good deal. "It's unfortunate. It's one of those natural disasters that California has to deal with and it's truly unfortunate, but hopefully if firefighters, responders get a handle on this thing soon and weather permits - get this under control", said Matthews.

Of the nine confirmed fatalities, five were found inside cars that were overwhelmed by flames, three outside residences, and one inside a home,

The statewide death toll stood at 25 and appeared certain to rise.

The number of dead in a wildfire raging in California rose to 29 on Sunday, matching the deadliest in the state's history as recovery teams found six more bodies in the grim search through the wreckage. By early afternoon, one of the two black hearses stationed in Paradise had picked up another set of remains.

People looking for friends or relatives called evacuation centers, hospitals, police and the coroner's office.

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The department compiled a list of 110 people unaccounted for, but officials held out hope that many were safe but had no cellphones or some other way to contact loved ones. At least two hundred more are missing.

Gov. Jerry Brown said California is requesting aid from the Trump administration.

"There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor". "And those who deny that are definitely contributing to the tragedies that we're now witnessing, and will continue to witness in the coming years".

Winds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 km/h) were expected on Sunday, and officials say the fire could take up to three weeks to be fully contained.

"They took as much advantage as they could", he said but "with these winds, 30-40mph, it is going to cause a lot of problems".

All told, more than 8,000 firefighters battled three large wildfires burning across almost 400 square miles (1,040 square kilometers) in Northern and Southern California, with out-of-state crews continuing to arrive and gusty, blowtorch winds making their return.

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The "Camp Fire" - in the northern foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains - is the largest and most destructive of several infernos that have sent 250,000 people fleeing their homes across the tinder-dry state, razing 6,400 homes in the town of Paradise and effectively wiping it off the map.

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