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Death toll, forest fires, California continues on

PARADISE/MALIBU – For forest fires in California at least nine people to the life to come. Thursday came by the flames of five people in the small town of Paradise. The victims were burned in their cars. A day later, the bodies of four victims found, was the sheriff of Butte County known.

By several burn thousands of people have fled. More than 6700 homes and businesses have been destroyed by the fire that is raging about 145 miles north of Sacramento. In the fight against three brandweermensen injured, reported officials.

There are still 35 people missing, please let the sheriff know. The fire, which on Thursday broke out at the edge of the Plumas National Park, drew so fast on Paradise that a lot of people in their cars had to leave and for their lives had to run through the main street of the mountain town. Among the abandoned vehicles was a school bus. At sunset Friday had only five percent of the forest fires extinguished.

Also in the southern Malibu in California have thousands of people their homes should leave. Some sought a safe refuge on the beaches. There is no news about the victims. “The fire is raging now uncontrolled and travels to the densely populated areas of Malibu”, let the city council know. “All residents must immediately leave.”

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