By the Numbers: Deadly and Destructive Camp Fire

The wildfire in Butte County has destroyed thousands of homes and left dozens of people dead

In a matter of days, a massive blaze raging in Northern California became the most destructive and deadliest wildfire on record in state history.

Ferocious, wind-whipped flames from the Camp Fire burning in Butte County have wiped out thousands of homes and left dozens of people dead since igniting on the morning of Nov. 8.

Scroll down to find a breakdown of the historic wildfire by the numbers, as reported by Cal Fire and the Butte County Sheriff's Department.

Injuries, Fatalities and Missing:

Civilian fatalities: 88

Civilian injuries: 0

Unaccounted for: 158

Firefighter fatalities: 0

Firefighter injuries: 3

Wildfire Size:

Land burned: 153,336 acres

Containment: 100 percent

Structures Damaged and Destroyed:

Single residences destroyed: 13,696

Single residences damaged: 462

Multiple residences destroyed: 276

Commercial buildings destroyed: 528

Commercial buildings damaged: 102

Minor structures destroyed: 4,293

Current Firefighting Effort:

Total personnel: 1,065

Fire engines: 73

Water tenders: 3

Helicopters: 2

Hand crews: 11

Dozers: 3

Important Dates and Times:

Fire start time: 6:29 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8

Full containment date: Sunday, Nov. 25

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