Death toll climbs to 23 in Northern California’s Camp Fire

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The remains of 14 more victims were found in the ashes of the devastating Northern California wildfire, bringing the total number of deaths from the Camp Fire to 23 and statewide to at least 25, officials said Saturday.

Butte County Sheriff Kory L. Honea said the 14 bodies were recovered in the Camp Fire, thought to be the most destructive wildfire in state history and which had already claimed the lives of nine people.

Two bodies were also found in the burn zone of the Woolsey Fire in Southern California.

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