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    Search Continues for California Wildfire Survivors

    At least 56 people are confirmed dead and 130 remain missing while hundreds of searchers and nearly two dozen cadaver dogs dig through the debris left behind by Northern California’s Camp Fire. Yesterday officials said close to 8,800 homes have been lost, while FEMA administrator Brock Long warned rebuilding the town of Paradise would take years. During a visit to the site, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke claimed it was “not the time to point fingers.” Meanwhile, Butte County is facing a looming crisis as local evacuees struggle to find proper housing.

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