Publicado: Mier, Noviembre 14, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Sniffer dogs join grim search for victims of deadly California fires

Sniffer dogs join grim search for victims of deadly California fires

"I think God is giving her peace", she said.

If there's any good news here, it's that the Peak Fire, which burned 186 acres, has been 100 percent contained according to California Fire officials.

Before the Camp fire struck, the most deadly wildfire in California's history was the Griffith Park blaze, which killed 29 people in Los Angeles in 1933.

Treasures from Paradise, an antique store, is destroyed after the Camp Fire blazes through town.

With gusty winds overnight challenging firefighters further, many are left with an agonising wait to see whether their home withstands the flames.

Meanwhile, firefighters battling the Camp Fire in Northern California could get a break Tuesday as winds begin to diminish.

Honea said earlier this week that law enforcement would be getting "cadaver" dogs to detect bodies left in the ashes of the Camp fire and a "rapid DNA system" to identify the victims.

The "Camp Fire" has destroyed more than 6,500 homes and 260 commercial properties.

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While the Hill Fire is 90 percent contained as of Tuesday morning, the Woolsey Fire is only 35 percent contained, and the Camp Fire 30 percent contained.

"We've got 60 to 70 miles per hour offshore Santa Ana winds blowing for the next several days and those are just deadly", Pimlott said on Monday. "I'm not feeling almost the amount of wind and it's a little bit cooler this morning". She also thanked firefighters and other first responders for their work fighting the fires that have forced hundreds of thousands of evacuations and torched at least 370 homes.

President Trump thanked first responders in a tweet on Monday, writing: "The California Fire Fighters, FEMA and First Responders are awesome and very fearless".

The declaration provides for federal assistance to aid state firefighting and recovery efforts in the counties of Butte, Ventura and Los Angeles.

What they show: The map above shows the extent of the Woolsey fire in Southern California as of November 11, covering an area of 50 by 25 miles.

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said that 228 people are still unaccounted for; many of them are probably in shelters, and authorities are working to resolve those cases, he said.

Over the weekend, the "Woolsey Fire" engulfed parts of Thousand Oaks, where a Marine Corps veteran shot dead 12 people in a country music bar on Wednesday.

Among those who lost their homes was the pop star Miley Ray Cyrus, who tweeted that her "house no longer stands but the memories shared with family & friends stand strong".

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