After two and a half weeks of massive destruction, the Camp Fire in Butte County in Northern California is 100% contained. This does not mean the fire is out, but that a fire line has been cut around the entirety of the remaining blaze, preventing it from reaching additional fuel like trees and brush.
Since it began on November 8, the Camp Fire has claimed 85 lives, making this the state’s deadliest fire. It has also destroyed almost 14,000 homes, 514 businesses and more than 4,200 other buildings, and it has burned more than 153,000 acres (an area roughly the size of Chicago).
In Southern California, the Woolsey Fire has been 100% contained since November 21, but not without first taking 3 lives, destroying more than 1500 structures, and burning nearly 100,000 acres.
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