MONDAY UPDATE: Camp Fire fact sheet

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As of Monday morning, here are the facts of the Camp Fire, according to Cal Fire.

Where: Butte County and the town of Paradise, CA.

150 miles north/northeast of Sonoma, Paradise is 14 miles due east of Chico

Containment: 66 percent

Acres burned: 151,000

Structures Destroyed: 11,713 residences, 472 commercial and 3,388 other buildings

Fatalities: 77 civilians

Why was it given the unfortunate name of “Camp Fire”?:

It was named because of its proximity to Camp Creek Road near Highway 70 in the Feather River Canyon

Air quality: As of 3pm, labeled Sonoma Valley air quality (168) as “Unhealthy” for all

Total Fire Personnel: 5,332

Total Fire Engines: 597

Total Fire Crews: 100

Total Helicopters: 28

Total Dozers: 83

Total Water Tenders: 65

Cause: Under investigation

Smoke: Winds are bringing the smoke into the North Bay area, according to the Bay Area Air Quality Control Management District and a high pressure system is trapping the air pollution at ground level.

Missing person call center: 530-538-6570

Watch a video of the fire below:

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