California schools close as smoke from Camp Fire fills the skies

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Air quality is expected to remain in the "unhealthy" range throughout most of the Bay Area until late Tuesday, before the expected rain arrives Wednesday or Thursday.

In Northern California's Butte County, firefighters continued to battle what has become the deadliest wildfire in California's history on Friday as the number of people reported missing doubled to more than 600.

"The Department of Public Health highly recommends that everyone stay indoors and avoid exposure to the outside air". "You have this constant haze over the city".

We will remind that on 8 November in the North of the us state of California broke a large forest fire, which continues unabated to this day.

The number of people listed as missing in a northern California wildfire jumped past 1,000 as searchers found the remains of eight more victims on the eve of President Donald Trump's trip to witness the devastation. But he acknowledged that climate change may have contributed "a little bit" to the wildfires.

Hundreds of rescuers, backed by sniffer dogs, have been conducting a painstaking house-to-house search, as authorities collect DNA from relatives of the missing to help with body identification.

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"I'm still going to keep on looking and hope for the best", Jhonathan Clark, who was hunting for his brother, sister-in-law and nephew, told AFP.

That inferno, which is about two-thirds the size of the Camp Fire, was close to 70 per cent contained by Friday, as authorities predicted they would have it under control by Monday.

The devastating Camp Fire has claimed at least 59 lives and destroyed 10,321 structures.

Also Znayu reported that the growing number of victims and missing persons, it's a hell of a "record" for the last 50 years.

"I want you to understand that the chaos we were dealing with was extraordinary" Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea told journalists of the early days of the fire, explaining the alarming increase.

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