Deadly wildfires are burning in both Northern and Southern California, threatening residents, homes and businesses, forcing entire communities to evacuate. The American Red Cross is on the ground, providing shelter, food and comfort for people forced to leave their homes with little notice.
In Southern California, the Woolsey Fire has burned more than 97,100acres and has already destroyed more than 430 structures. The fire is 40%contained.
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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.
Tuesday night, more than 960 people sought refuge from the wildfires in 11 Red Cross and community evacuation centersacross California.
Working with partners, the Red Cross has already served over 34,100 meals and snacks.
People are relying on Red Cross reunification services, including use of the Safe and Well website. There are over 6,200 Safe and Well registrations for the wildfires, as many as 65,700 searches, and more than 1,200 matchesthrough Safe and Well.