1. Various drone footage of homes, businesses destroyed by wildfire
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Chico, California - 15 November 2018
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Kaufmann, Cal Fire Spokesman:
Our most current number of damaged and destroyed structures. Single family residence, damaged ,155. Destroyed 9,700. Multiple residence, damaged 14. Destroyed 118."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Kaufmann, Cal Fire Spokesman:
"The most current acrage of 141,000 acres, showing 40% contained."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Kory Honea, Butte County Sheriff and Coroner:
"It is again my very sad duty to report that we have located seven additional human remains. Three of them were found in Magalia. Of those three, two were found inside structures, one found outside a structure. Three of of them were found in the Paradise area. Two were found inside structures. One found in a vehicle and one was found in the Concow area. And that subject or that individual was found outside. We continue to work towards identifying individuals. of the total number which is now 63. We have tentative identifications on 53."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Kory Honea, Butte County Sheriff and Coroner:
"Also the number of people who are still looking for or accounted for has increased to 631 and this number increased by 501 people. Now why explain a little bit about how that increased from last night. In addition to taking information from people who call in the call takers are adding that information. And now we're going back through all of the records of CAT, RMS records, computer dispatch records that were generated during the most intense portions of this event, when people were calling 911 and we were logging information in there. So we've gone through and mined all that data and now collected it."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Kory Honea, Butte County Sheriff and Coroner:
"I want you to understand that there are a lot of people displaced and we are finding that a lot of people don't know that we're looking for them and that is why we're we're publishing this list."
At least 63 are now dead from a Northern California wildfire, and officials say they have a missing persons list with 631 names on it in an ever-evolving accounting of the missing after the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century.
Officials were scrambling to pinpoint everyone's whereabouts, and Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said Thursday that the high number of missing people probably included some who fled the blaze and didn't realize they had been reported missing.
Authorities were making the list public so people could see if they were on it and let authorities know they were safe, Honea said.
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