PARADISE, Calif. (KGO) —
The Camp Fire is now the deadliest wildfire in California history after the death toll rose to 42 Monday evening.
There is fear the number of deaths could go up again with many people still missing.
The American Red Cross has a website to check on loved ones who may be missing, or to mark yourself as safe.
The Butte County Sheriff’s Office is working on a large number of missing persons reports and welfare checks, according to their Facebook page. They are asking anyone to call any of three numbers to report missing persons, or to report someone as found.
The numbers are: (530) 538-6570; (530) 538-7544; (530) 538-7671
The sheriff’s office also has resources in case a pet is lost, or found. To report a lost pet they ask you call North Valley Animal Disaster Group at (530) 895-0000RELATED STORIES
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