Camp Fire Updates November 12, 6:52 PM – Death Toll Now 42

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A round-up of the latest news about the Camp Fire from verified sources, to be updates as new information becomes available.

Alex Savidge, KTVU on Twitter

Alex Savidge
@AlexSavidgeKTVU
23m23 minutes ago

#BREAKING The death toll from the #CampFire has risen to 42 according to the @ButteSheriff ..authorities have found 13 more bodies since yesterday. Many more still missing. Truly tragic.

The latest from CalFire, 6:14 PM

View the latest Incident Update for current information on evacuations, evacuation centers, and road closures.
The Camp Fire has produced an online interactive evacuation map for citizens to view. Click to see the MAP

The Camp Fire has produced an online public viewer structure map. Click to see the MAP

Evacuation Centers:

OPEN: Bidwell Jr. Highschool (2376 North Ave, Chico CA 95926)

OPEN: Yuba-Sutter Fairground (442 Franklin Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991)

OPEN: Plumas County Fairgrounds (204 Fairground Rd, Quincy CA 95971)

OPEN: Glenn County Fairgrounds (221 E Yolo St, Orland, CA 95963)

OPEN: Butte County Fairgrounds (199 E Hazel St, Gridley, CA 95948)

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Oroville Nazarene Church (2238 Monte Vista Ave, Oroville, CA 95966)

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Neighborhood Church (2801 Notre Dame Blvd, Chico, CA 95928)

For the most recent up to date Evacuation Locations and Status go to: Butte County Website

Animal Evacuation Centers:

Small Animals:
Chico Municipal Airport 150 Airpark Blvd, Chico, CA 95973

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Del Oro Old County Hospital, 2279 Del Ord Drive, Orville, CA

Large Animal Shelter:
Butte County Fair Grounds, 199 E Hazel Street, Gridley, CA

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Announcement of Community Meeting in Oroville tonight:

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