- Paradise: Before and after the town's wildfire destruction
- Harrowing aerial photos show Paradise before and after the Camp Fire
- Data Protection Choices
Paradise: Before and after the town's wildfire destruction
Search teams have been systematically cataloging the destruction in Paradise, Calif., with startling photos that show how the Camp Fire.and
Updated November 21, Satellite images show what little is left of Paradise in California, where hundreds of people are still missing after devastating fires. From one end to the other, the town of Paradise was ravaged this month by the Camp Fire — the worst in the state's history. Near the northern end of town, just off Clark Road, is Kilcrease Circle. Satellite images captured on November 17 and released by DigitalGlobe show that out of dozens of houses in this pocket, only a handful are still standing.
Click through the gallery to see before and after photos of Paradise, Calif. In less than 24 hours, a fast-moving Northern California wildfire exploded into a raging monster that devoured nearly an entire town 15 miles east of Chico. Many of buildings are now piles of ash. Images in the gallery, including before-and-after-views, reveal the scale of the devastation and tragedy. Firefighters for the most part were just kind of letting it happen because the wind was blowing flames everywhere, and it was unstoppable. So far, the wildfire has killed 29 people. Some of the victims were found in burned vehicles.
Before and after images are helping show the devastation the Camp Fire had on Paradise, California.
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Last month, the town of Paradise was ravaged by the most destructive wildfire in the history of the state. The fire destroyed nearly 14, homes in Paradise and neighboring towns, and burned 18, structures in total. Recently, the Butte County Sheriff's Office sent a drone over Paradise to capture aerial images of the fire-ravaged area. When compared to images from Google Maps from before the fire, the images become all the more striking. Businesses and homes are leveled, entire streets wiped off the map. The Camp Fire was fully contained on Nov. Click through the slideshow above to see photos of Paradise before and after the Camp Fire.
Harrowing aerial photos show Paradise before and after the Camp Fire
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At least 29 people have died in the Camp fire, which has burned the town of Paradise to the ground. There are still people missing and 6, of homes and structures have been destroyed, according to Butte County Sheriff and coroner Kory Honea. More than , people have now been evacuated across California. Most of the evacuations have taken place in Los Angeles County, where , residents have fled. How far has the Camp fire spread?
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Rescuers are slowly documenting the full scope of the fire that wiped out Paradise, Calif. California power lines come under scrutiny. CalFire has been meticulously inspecting each structure destroyed by the Camp Fire , which torched nearly 12, structures when it ripped through Paradise last week. Inspectors have posted photos of each destroyed structure online, so that the 27, people who were forced to evacuate the area last week can look up the fate of their homes. The photos show a town virtually razed to the ground by fire, with only a few chimneys, burned-out cars and steel beams still standing. A few structures escaped the fire with minimal or no damage, but the vast majority of buildings have been totally lost.