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More than a hundred people remain missing
as firefighters take control of the woolsey and camp fires in california... many people remain missing sergeant steve collins/ butte county sheriff's investigations: "there are a lot of people that want some answers. they are depending on us to find their loved one." the national guard is assisting in the search sifting through debris and turning over rubble... looking for bodies the grim task is taking it's toll on crews sergeant steve collins/ butte county sheriff's investigations: "everybody that's involved here has an emotional connection to this. a lot of the people that are from this community have been impacted by either losing their home or know someone that lost their home." the majority of the missing are from paradise... a northern california town all but wiped from the face of the earth jody jones/ mayor of paradise: we went all over town yesterday and we did not see any neighborhood that wasn't devastated. the mayor of paradise says they were not prepared for the fire's speed jody jones/ mayor of paradise: "the winds were so strong it was blowing embers 1-2 miles the fire chief told me that. it was just blowing in 2 miles at a time// we had no time at all, maybe 5 minutes." still she is confident they will rise from the ashes jody jones/ mayor of paradise: we're gonna come back, we're gonna rebuild. we're gonna make paradise paradise again"