The Camp Fire Death Toll Has Reached 86

FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 file photo, search and rescue workers search for human remains at a trailer park burned out from the Camp fire in Paradise, Calif. Officials say the search to find the missing and identify victims could take months given the size and scope of the deadly wildfire that swept Northern California's Gold Rush country. The Camp Fire in Butte County that started two weeks ago has killed multiple people and hundreds of names are on a fluctuating list of the unaccounted. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)


The Camp Fire death toll is now at 86 after a man died at the U.C. Davis Burn Center in Sacramento. Eighty-year-old Larry Smith died yesterday from injuries he suffered in the wildfire November 25th. The blaze that roared through Butte County is the deadliest and most destructive in California history, having destroyed close to 19-thousand structures, including 14-thousand homes. Meanwhile, the number of people still listed as missing or unaccounted for stands at three.