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/ Source: Associated Press
PARADISE, Calif. – The costs associated with a murder in North Karmen will be billions, United States Secretary Ryan Zinke said Monday that he had returned to Paradise, never seen this destruction.
"I like things a lot to spend on spending this federal money, but rather destroying things," he said. Zinke merged with other public services, such as enhancing the experience of the Yosemite National Park visitors or making money.
On Monday no more sand was found, but the tide of the desert death rose in the 88's. The researchers concluded that there were three separate groups of human traits, more than one person.
Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said 203 names have not been listed after the Camp Fire field ranges from 140 miles north of San Francisco following the list. He released names of 16 dead people in Blake between the ages of 58-95.
The pace of the recently discovered track record has slowed down in recent days, and it has been said that the search engines are making "good progress" as if they were a dead person, according to the method.
"The remains that are currently being recovered are now almost completely destroyed," he said. Anthropologists pay attention to the fragments of the coroners to identify traces, he said.
Undoubtedly, he said that the places that were in the immediate vicinity and the dead were to search for places that could be dead and search for propagation in unstable areas of destruction.
The United States government has distributed more than $ 20 million to assist displaced persons in disaster disasters in Northern California. The Federal Emergency Management Agency reported Monday on Monday, hundreds of search engines continue to seek more human footprints.
Paradise citizens and surrounding communities destroyed 14,000 homes in a massive forest after spending more than two weeks in a week.
FEMAK spokeswoman Frank Mansell told The Associated Press about spending $ 15.5 million for housing support, including hotel room vouchers. In a Chico city interview, the disaster response is said to be in an early stage, but many people will eventually receive long-term housing or landing.
FEMA has also distributed 5 million dollars to help other needs, including funeral expenses, he said.
About 17,000 people have been registered with the federal disaster agency, which will analyze insurance coverage, assets and other factors, to determine how much support they receive, said Mansell.
In the meantime, the unmounted list of people has risen to 1300 in "high 200" on Monday, but County Sheriff Kory Honea said. He said that the number of volunteers who are missing and missing are reduced to 200 Wed. 500 Tuesdays, those that were missing during the weekend.
"We have made a great progress," Honea said.
Zinke said building cuts should be part of fire fighting areas under the umbrella of protectionist protection.
"When we reconstruct it, it's an important part of the equation, whether it's a good part of the equation of being a debated party, or not," said The Associated Press. He did not say that Paradis had to avoid rebuilding, the people spread the ways of evacuation and it would be safer to cut thin woods and build free-flush fires to make fires advance.
U.S. The secretary of agriculture, Sonny Perdue, joined Zinke during the paradise, and destroyed fires in Sierra Nevada on November 8 and 240 km of 240 km.
Perdue proposed a wooden donation to reconstruct the paradise of nearby Plumas National Forest.
The trips to Zinke and Perdue's Paradise strives to promote their message so that environmental issues and whirlwinds can be crafted to decorate wild environments and mitigate the gravity of the wilderness in the future. He talked to Duo lectures at a conference conference last week, and Zink encouraged a similar message to Paradise earlier in his visit.
The secretaries were forced into a violent plot during the last years in the management of the attackers to eliminate the flammable brush, which regulated the federal and state regulations that required environmental assessments before doing the work.
"We have to take part in the process to get out of the business of the court and to alleviate business," Perdue told reporters at a conference in central Paradise.
The Californian legislatures approved $ 1 million of financing over the next five years to make forest clearing operations.
Firefighters voted last week from a major storm, to go to California this year, with some heavy rainfall falling, although significant.
He also helped report writer from Paul Elias.