At vast shelter vehicle park, evacuees from California's deadliest fire wonder if they still have homes, if their neighbours are still alive - and where they will go when their place of refuge shuts down in a matter of days.
The Butte County Sheriff announced new information in the human toll from the Camp Fire Thursday, saying seven more bodies were found in the wreckage left behind by the deadly blaze, bringing number of dead to 63.
Authorities are blaming the high death toll and widespread destruction on the lightning-fast speed of the flames, which were driven by high winds through the parched land.
TRT World's Ediz Tiyansan reports from California.
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The Camp Fire has destroyed more than 8,650 single family homes and 260 commercial buildings, Cal Fire said. An army of firefighters, many from distant states, laboured to contain and suppress the flames.
The number of missing doubled to 631, after authorities earlier put the number closer to 300.
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Sheriff Kory Honea asked relatives of the missing to provide DNA to compare against samples taken from recovered remains to help identify the dead.
Betsy Totten, a Chico city spokeswoman, said it's unclear what will be done if people don't leave, but officials don't plan to kick them out.
President Donald Trump is set to visit the western state on Saturday to meet with victims of the wildfires, believed to be the deadliest and most destructive in the state's history. The fire was 62 percent contained after destroying almost 550 homes and other buildings. As of now, 56 are dead and 297 people are missing.
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Many others found haven at an encampment that sprang up in the parking lot outside a still-open Walmart store in Paradise, where dozens of evacuees pitched tents or slept in their cars.
Honea said that while recovery efforts remain hard, increased resources have helped "bring more order to the chaos that we're dealing with".
Reeny Victoria Breevaart, who lives in Magalia, a forested community of 11,000 people north of Paradise, said she couldn't receive warnings because cellphones weren't working.