As crews and family members desperately search for survivors amid the devastation of the Camp Fire in Northern California, 993 people remained unaccounted for on Sunday.
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The death toll has climbed to 77 in the Camp Fire, now the the deadliest on record in the state. As of Sunday, 67 of the victims had been identified.
The same day the Camp Fire ignited, another unprecedented and deadly blaze hit the southern part of the state.
Here is a closer look at the fires by the numbers:
— Started on Nov. 8 in Butte County in Northern California
— 77 people have died, making the Camp Fire the deadliest in California’s history
— 151,000 acres burned
— 66 percent contained
— 11,713 homes destroyed, 472 commercial buildings destroyed and 3,388 other buildings destroyed
— 5,332 fire personnel involved
— Started on Nov. 8 in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties in Southern California
— at least 3 people dead
— 96,949 acres
— 94 percent contained
— destroyed 1,500 structures
— 1,086 fire personnel involved
ABC News’ Stacy Chen and Marilyn Heck contributed reporting