The state-wide death toll from both the Camp and Woolsey fires rose to at least 60 as the Camp Fire grew overnight from 5,000 acres to 135,000 acres.
Thousands of firefighters battle blazes in northern and southern California as body recovery teams search remains of houses and charred cars for victims of "deadliest" wildfire in California's history.
Additional remains of people killed by northern California wildfire, also known as the Camp Fire, recovered, making it the deadliest wildland blaze in state's history, Sheriff Kory Honea says.
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