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|Summary:||U.S. military aids Northern California firefighting effort|
|Source:||CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD HANDOUT|
|Date:||11/16/2018 11:38 PM|
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HANDOUT, CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD - AP CLIENTS ONLY
Northern California - 14 November 2018
++AUDIO AS INCOMING++
1. Cockpit view of helicopter during water dropping operations
2. Filling bucket with water
3. Flying over wildfire area
4. Water dropping on burn area
5. On board view of crew member looking outside helicopter
6. Helicopter hovers down over water
7. Flying over wildfire area
8. Cockpit view during water dropping operations
9. Water dropping on burn area
Officials say they have contained almost half of a Northern California deadly blaze that razed a town and killed at least 63 people.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said Friday the wildfire that destroyed the town of Paradise is now 45 percent contained, up from 40 percent Thursday morning.
Assets aiding in the firefighting effort include a Black Hawk helicopter from the California National Guard, conducting water dropping operations on wildfire zones.
The department says the blaze has charred 222 square miles (575 square kilometers), destroyed 144 apartment buildings and 9,700 homes.
Butte County Sheriff's Kory Honea told reporters Thursday night that 630 people are on a missing list.
He said many may be safe, but that he's making the list public so people can let officials know they're safe.
More than 450 people are combing through debris in the search for human remains.
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