California faces the deadliest fire in its history, more than 200 missing


More than 200 people were reported missing on Monday as a forest fire ravages several areas of California where the death toll stands at 42 dead.

Camp Fire, a fire that ravages California, has already killed 42 people, the most deadly death toll in the state's history. US President Donald Trump declared the state of natural disaster on Monday night.

Since the beginning of the disasters, more than 224,000 people have been evacuated.

The human toll is the heaviest in the history of the state, the previous fire of this magnitude had 29 dead Griffith Park in 1933.

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