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Number Of Missing People Drops From California 'Camp Fire'

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According to Reuters, the number of people listed as missing due to the 'Camp Fire' in California has been reduced to fewer than 50. Authorities say search and recovery teams have finished combing through the ruins of approximately 18,000 homes and other buildings incinerated by the blaze. The number of missing people has fluctuated widely since the fire started back on November 8, briefly exceeding 1,200 two weeks ago. The bulk of the fire's devastation occurred around the town of Paradise, which was once home to almost 27,000 people.

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