President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit California wildfire victims this weekend, a White House official confirmed Thursday. Matt Yurus reports.
As fire raced through Southern California, one dance teacher gave a lesson in courage. Reesa Partida glided into her classroom, ready to teach, despite losing her home hours earlier. "It is just sad losing my things but also the whole mountain," she told Inside Edition. She stunned her students by showing up to teach despite it all. In fact, she has not missed one single day of class since the wildfires first broke out last week.
Ya se cumple una semana desde que comenzaron los incendios que continúan acechando el norte y sur del estado de California. La tragedia forestal deja hasta el momento 50 muertos, al menos 200 desaparecidos y miles de evacuados. Suscriba a nuestra cadena en YouTube : En VIVO - Siga FRANCE 24 aquí Nuestro sitio : Únase a la comunidad Facebook : Siganos en Twitter :
Al menos 56 muertos, 130 personas desaparecidas y miles de ciudadanos evacuados, este es el saldo que deja hasta el momento las múltiples conflagraciones que devoran California. Suscriba a nuestra cadena en YouTube : En VIVO - Siga FRANCE 24 aquí Nuestro sitio : Únase a la comunidad Facebook : Siganos en Twitter :
A California family who fled the Woolsey Fire with their most treasured possessions said they were later robbed when they stopped for lunch. When the Warren family returned to their car, they discovered the few precious mementos they'd managed to grab before driving off were gone. "It was a very sick feeling," Lisa Warren told local station KTLA. "It's awful. There were pictures and photo albums and things from when the kids were little. And nothing's digital, and there's no way to replace it."
Thousands of firefighters in California are battling deadly wildfires in northern and southern parts of the state. So far 56 people in the state have died as a result of the fires. Many more have lost their homes. The wildfires in Southern California have been sweeping through many affluent communities near Los Angeles. Some residents are now returning home. Among them, celebrities are who posting their thoughts and experiences on social media. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles. Originally published at -
The town of Paradise in northern California used to be home to nearly 30 thousand people. Photographer Terray Sylvester explains what's left of it a week into the state's deadliest and most destructive blaze in history. Ryan Brooks reports. One week into California's deadliest wildfire and this is what's left of some towns. Burned out cars, and houses reduced to rubble. Officials say the northern, Camp Fire is still only 35 percent contained. Freelance photographer Terray Sylvester has been following search and rescue teams in the town of Paradise, once home to nearly 30,000 people. "The town of Paradise is desolate. Occasionally I saw dogs jump into burned out cars to search for people who may have been trapped as they were trying to escape from town. These dogs normally work calmly. ...
The Camp fire in northern California has killed 56 people, making it the deadliest wildfire in state history. It is also the most destructive, incinerating the town of Paradise and displacing more than 50,000 people. Other blazes continue to rage further south Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► California wildfires: Camp fire becomes state's deadliest with 56 people killed ► Today in Focus podcast ► Support the Guardian ► Sign up for the Guardian documentaries newsletter ► The Guardian ► The Guardian YouTube network: Guardian News ► Owen Jones talks ► Guardian Football ► Guardian Sport ► Guardian Culture ►
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Jeff Hill of Paradise, California, was checking on someone's house after the Camp Fire nearly leveled the entire town, and what he found in the backyard startled him. Hill joins CBSN on the phone to describe how he jumped into action to save the stuck animal.