Camp Fire Updates November 11, 8:58 PM – Preliminary List of Property Destroyed Released

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Photo from Camp Fire Butte Co. Information & Photos on Facebook

The latest information on the Camp Fire from official sources, to be updated as new reports become available.

The town of Paradise has released a preliminary list of properties that have been damaged or destroyed.

Find it here.

Updates from Butte County Sheriff

Updates from CalFire Butte County

CAL FIRE Butte Unit/Butte County Fire Department

2h2 hours ago

Personnel working in & around the fire areas, continue to identify numerous life safety hazards. Evacuation orders cannot be lifted & no citizens can access the areas until safe. @ButteSheriff @paradise_ca @CHP_Valley @CountyofButte @CHP_Oroville #CampFire

From Butte County Sheriff’s Office

From CAMP FIRE – PARADISE CA Information & Photos Group on Facebook

Repost from Action News Now
1 hr
Chico Police Department released a statement and they’re asking for your help:
“We started receiving calls from Paradise residents asking about the status of their residences.

Information has been released in a social media format stating they have current information, which is not true.

We are asking for people to stop calling as it is inundating our communications center. Cal Fire or Butte County Sheriff will provide this information at some point.”

CAL FIRE Butte Unit/Butte County Fire Department

The burn suspension remains in effect in Butte County. If you are found to be burning illegally you are subject to citation. @CALFIRE_ButteCo strongly urges residents to refrain from burning as the air quality is already at dangerous levels.
@bcaqmd @CountyofButte #CampFire

Butte County, CA
3h3 hours ago

The #CampFire is affecting these water systems: Big Bend Mobile Home Park, Gran Mutual Water Company and Blue Oak Terrace Mutual Water System. The @CaWaterBoard, the Division of Drinking Water & @BC_PubHealth have issued boil water advisories for customers of these systems.




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