More than 200 people are missing from the most deadly wildfire in California

Earlier on Monday, more than 200 people were missing in California’s most deadly and devastating fire on record. This is one of two fires in the state that has killed at least 31 people and forced more than 250,000 people. Evacuation.

40 miles northwest of Sacramento, the so-called camp fire destroyed more than 6,700 homes and businesses in Paradise Town, more than any wildfire recorded in California.

Officials say the fire has burned more than 111,000 acres and the fire has been controlled to 25% by Sunday. Its death toll has reached 29, and 1933 is equivalent to the death toll of the Griffith Park fire.

According to Buty County Sheriff Kory Honea, at least 228 people are missing.

In Southern California, the Woolsey Fire burned at least 85,500 acres of land and destroyed 177 buildings. The fire was only controlled 15%. According to California Fire Department officials, at least two people were killed in the fire. The fire forced the authorities to issue an evacuation order demanding the evacuation of 250,000 people from the seaside communities of Ventura and Los Angeles County and the Malibu Beach colony.

On Sunday night, at the People’s Choice Awards ceremony in Santa Monica, California, some celebrities requested prayers and donations for local residents and first responders.

Kim Kardashian, a TV reality show star, said: “We are in the neighbors of Calabas (Karabasas), Hidden Hills (Hidden Hills) and Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks) and Malibu. After a tough week.”

Actor Melissa McCarthy said: “Please let the victims, volunteers and firefighters stay in your mind.” She also asked people to donate to the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation.

Officials say the dry hot wind is expected to ignite a fire in southern and northern California by Tuesday.

Officials urged residents to follow the evacuation order.

Los Angeles County Fire Department Director Daryl Osby said on Sunday: “The wind has blown up.” “In the next three days, they will blow. Your house can be rebuilt, but you Can’t let your life come back.

Governor Jerry Brown asked US President Donald Trump to announce a major disaster to strengthen emergency response and help residents recover.

Trump criticized the California government on Twitter this weekend, accusing the poor forest management of the fire.

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