California's deadliest and most destructive wildfires have been contained

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Rain helps mostly douse California fire but slows searchers

They said the mobile home park had already been hand searched, so they were re-examining it with search dogs.

CAL FIRE has reported that 3 were injured during the firefighting operation.

On Sunday, searchers were still completing the meticulous task of combing through now-muddy ash and debris for signs of human remains. They threaten the inhabitants of the North of the state, where raged a massive deadly fire Camp Fire.

"No money is too little", said Arthur Dong, one of the organizers of "We Are Together" 2018 California Camp Fire Fund-raising Event, which was held Saturday night in Palo Alto in northern California.

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The Woolsey fire, which straddled Los Angeles and Ventura counties, began November 8 and killed three people, burned more than 96,000 acres and destroyed 1,600 structures before it was contained Thursday.

California's nightmarish Camp Fire is almost out after weeks of destruction, but firefighters are still finding new bodies even as the confirmed death toll has risen to 85. The Butte County Sheriff-Coroner's website as of Monday listed almost 300 individuals still unaccounted for.

The first winter storm to hit California has dropped two to four inches of rain over the burn area since it began Wednesday, said Craig Shoemaker with the National Weather Service in Sacramento.

The fire burned down almost 19,000 buildings, majority homes, and displaced thousands of people, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.

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The rain helped extinguish hotspots in smoldering areas, and containment increased to 95 percent. Despite the inclement weather, more than 800 volunteers searched for remains on Thanksgiving and again Friday, two weeks after flames swept through the Sierra Nevada foothills, authorities said.

"All the vegetation has burned away, and that's a unsafe recipe for mudslides". The Butte county sheriff, Kory Honea, has warned that remains of some victims may never be found.

A separate fire in Southern California that struck Malibu killed another three people.

Rains over the last three days helped the firefighters contain the blaze, but they were destructive to homes that have been scorched, and may pose a danger to residents that return home.

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