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Paradise Camp Fire Impact Areas Receive Flash Flood Watch Warning

Paradise Camp Fire Impact Areas Receive Flash Flood Watch Warning Paradise Camp Fire Impact Areas Receive Flash Flood Watch Warning – The National Weather Service issues a Flash Flood Watch for the Butte County areas in Norcal impacted by Northern California Camp Fire. The warning issues for 10:00 PM Wednesday, November 28th through 10:00AM Thursday,…

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Cal Fire Announces Paradise Camp Fire Contained

Cal Fire Announces Paradise Camp Fire Contained The Cal Fire Butte Unit/Butte County Fire Department announced on its twitter page yesterday that Camp Fire is now 100% contained at 153,336 acres. In conclusion, the fire destroyed nearly 14,000 homes, 514 businesses and 4,265 buildings. Combined with a death toll now at 85 with an additional…

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Understanding Paradise Fire Insurance Claims for Wrongful Death

Understanding Paradise Fire Insurance Claims for Wrongful Death and Burn Injuries Understanding Paradise Fire Insurance Claims for Wrongful Death – November 8th of 2018 – a fire ignited by Pugla, an area east of the town of Paradise, California. The fire grew at an incredibly rapid pace. Within 12 hours had burned through the entire town…

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Utility PG&E Power Line Outage Sparks Serious Criticism

Utility PG&E Power Line Outage Sparks Serious Criticism After Incident Report Filed with the California Public Utilities Commission Utility PG&E Power Line Outage Sparks Serious Criticism – PG&E admits that it could face massive financial liability in excess of its insurance policy limits in the event its equipment caused the Camp Fire. A spokesperson for…

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Paradise Resident Evacuated Wildfire Victims Kept Vigil Sunday Night

Paradise Resident Evacuated Wildfire Victims Kept Vigil Sunday Night to remember, grieve and pray. Paradise residents kept vigil Sunday night to honor those killed by the fire that overtook the town (timeline of events here). First Christian Church in Chico at 295 E Washington Avenue. hosted the vigil where residents quietly reflected, prayed, and remembered…

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