PARADISE, Ca. - Authorities moved to set up a rapid DNA-analysis system and bring in cadaver dogs, mobile morgues and more search teams in an intensified effort to find and identify victims of the deadliest wildfire in California history, an inferno that killed at least 42 people.
The Camp Fire destroyed the city of Paradise, and a Charlotte woman is there now to be with her family.
In the video at the top of this web page, she tells anchor Kristin Leigh her family lost multiple homes to the unforgiving flames.
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