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Statewide fires burn nearly 200,000 acres, displace thousands

Posted at 10:00 AM, Nov 11, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-11 12:29:04-05

CAL FIRE released a Statewide summary of fires burning across California Sunday morning.

Three large fires are impacting more than 224,000 people across the state. Here are a look at the numbers:

Camp Fire, Butte County

  • Paradise
  • 109,000 acres
  • 25% contained
  • 23 fatalities
  • 6,713 structures destroyed, making it the most destructive fire in California History

Woolsey fire, Ventura County

  • South of Simi Valley
  • 83,275 acres
  • 10% contained
  • Two fatalities
  • Unknown structure loss, last estimated at 15o but expected to grow

Hill Fire

  • Santa Rosa Valley
  • 4,531 acres
  • 70% contained
  • No fatalities
  • Two structures destroyed
  • Repopulation began Saturday night but evacuations are still in effect

More than 8,000 firefighters from across the state are stationed at the fires. Decreased wind allowed them to reinforce containment lines Saturday night but many are preparing for warm and dry conditions and Santa Ana winds to add to increased fire danger.