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Number of people missing in California wildfires spikes to more than 600

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The list of people missing in the Camp Fire has grown by the hundreds, with 631 people now officially unaccounted for eight days after the fire started north of Sacramento. Officials added more than 500 names of people reported missing in the first hours of the fire. Searchers found seven more bodies Thursday, bringing the statewide death toll from fires to 66. DeMarco Morgan reports from Paradise, California, where the Camp Fire is still only 40 percent contained.

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