Rescue workers in California continue to search for missing victims of devastating mudslides and flooding which hit coastal areas this week. More than a dozen are known to have died and around 100 homes have been destroyed.
After California's deadliest wildfires, the US president made a tour of the area. Thousands of firefighters are working to contain the fire as survivors stay in temporary shelters, tents or their cars.
With the death toll rising to 42, the devastating "Camp Fire" raging in northern California has become the deadliest in the state's history. The blaze has leveled thousands of homes with crews still battling the flames.
Rescue crews are searching for missing people a day after a mudslide in California devastated a coastal community northwest of Los Angeles. At least 17 people have been confirmed killed.
The number of people missing in a northern California wildfire has more than doubled, local authorities said. The "Camp Fire" blaze is the deadliest wildfire in the state's history.
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