The Camp fire is by far the worst wildfire in recorded California history. By Thursday evening, the blaze had chewed
through 141,000 acres and 11,862 structures,
destroying an entire town in hours. Officials said it could take weeks to complete the search for victims. Thousands of survivors are without homes, living in shelters and tent cities.
The death toll from the devastating Camp fire rose to 71 Friday, while the number of people reported missing jumped to more than 1,000, authorities said.