Published: Wed, November 14, 2018
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Lady Gaga Volunteers At Red Cross Shelter For Wildfire Victims

Lady Gaga Volunteers At Red Cross Shelter For Wildfire Victims

The Camp Fire became the state's deadliest Monday after an additional 13 sets of human remains were discovered - raising that fire's death toll to 42 and the statewide death toll from the latest wildfires to 44. But before that, Kimmel said "the real Donald was back" with this tweet: "With proper Forest Management, we can stop the devastation constantly going on in California".

Brown asked Trump on Sunday to declare the fires a major disaster, a move that would allow more federal resources to flow to California to help with relief and recovery.

"I extend my love to each and every one of you", Gaga told the displaced crowd at Pacific Palisades High School, according to TMZ.

Trump modified his tone later Saturday, praising the firefighters for their work and closing with "God Bless them all".

State of emergencies were declared in Butte County from the Camp Fire, and in Los Angeles and Ventura County from the Hill and Woolsey Fire. About 7,700 homes were destroyed.

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea's office has identified four of the victims, publicly naming three.

The town's Skyway road was the main route out for people urgently trying to escape the town as the fire closed in. "Because I know the toll it takes on loved ones".

James Wiley said sheriff's deputies informed him that his father, Carl, was among the dead, but the younger Wiley hadn't been able to leave his property in the fire area to see for himself. As of Monday night, almost half of the evacuation centers in Chico, Oroville and nearby towns were at capacity.

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Cal Fire said 3,592 firefighters were battling the Woolsey Fire assisted by 22 helicopters. But it added that dry conditions and steep terrain will continue to pose a challenge.

The Camp Fire in Butte County destroyed more than 130,000 acres since last week, burning thousands of homes in the town of Paradise.

Paradise, home to some 27,000 residents, has become the ground zero for the wildfire tearing through Northern California.

The size of the fire has also increased to more than 143 square miles (370 square kilometers) and was 20 percent contained Monday morning.

They have charred 93,000 acres (38,000 hectares) of land, nearly as much as the fire up north. The fire that broke out in the Thousand Oaks area - which had already been coping with a mass shooting - is blamed for two deaths.

What caused the Woolsey Fire?

Santa Ana winds were forecast to return this week with increased wind gusts in the mountains, officials said.

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