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The so-called Woolsey wildfires are now the deadliest in California history having already claimed 42 lives.
Authorities picking their way through burned-out neighborhoods say a Southern California wildfire has now destroyed at least 435 buildings, a lot of them homes.
The Woolsey fire is one of three major blazes burning across California. Of those cases, 231 individuals had turned up safe, he said.
That brings the death toll from fires this week to 31 statewide.
The 42 confirmed deaths far surpass the 29 casualties from the Griffith Park blaze in Los Angeles in 1933.More news: PlayStation 4 Black Friday deals launched
Both fires have spread with an erratic intensity that has strained resources and kept firefighters struggling to keep up with the flames while catching many residents by surprise. A spokeswoman for the California Public Utilities Commission told the Chico Enterprise-Record on Monday the regulator has launched investigations that may include an inspection of the fire sites once the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) allows.
Searchers found the charred remains of their house and the burned-out shells of their vehicles - but no bodies, she said.
Crews pushed forward to achieve 25pc containment of the camp fire in northern California, which had burned 111,000 acres at the edge of the Plumas National Forest.
In Northern California, fire crews still fighting the blaze that obliterated Paradise contended with wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour overnight, the flames jumping 300 feet across Lake Oroville.
Officials said Monday that an estimated 370 structures burned in the Woolsey fire and that only 15 per cent of their damage estimate has been completed.
Firefighters are now bracing for the return of the Santa Ana winds, which threaten to fuel the vast Woolsey blaze stretching from north of Los Angeles to the Pacific coast, which is at 35 percent contained as of Tuesday morning.
Full evacuations remained in place for the communities of Topanga and Malibu.
The satellite images above show the area ravaged by the deadly Camp Fire in Northern California over the last six days.