Camp Fire is most destructive fire in California state history, 23 people killed

The Camp Fire has burned over 111,000 acres, destroyed more than 6,700 structures and killed 23 people as of right now. The fire is currently 25 percent contained at last update. This video shows a massive wall of fire at Butte County on Nov. 10.

This video captured by the Los Angeles County Fire Department Air Operations Section shows the hills near Malibu, California engulfed in flames from the Woolsey Fire. Residents of Malibu were evacuated as the fire moves closer to the town and shore.

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