Photo by Daniel Cima/American Red Cross
Photo by Roxanne Schorbach/American Red Cross
After burning more than 153,300 acres in Butte County, the deadly Camp Fire was 100% contained on Sunday. This fire is the most destructive and deadliest wildfire in California history.
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All numbers are cumulative and represent Red Cross wildfire response efforts to the Camp Fire, Hill Fire and Woolsey Fire in California as of November 14, 2018.
As of Sunday night, more than 890 people remain displaced, seeking refuge at 11 Red Cross and independent community shelters in northern California.
Working with partners, the Red Cross has already served over 84,600 meals and snacks.
Red Cross disaster health, mental health and spiritual care volunteers have provided more than 27,600 contacts to families to provide support and comfort as they cope with the effects of the fires.
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