Camp Fire Missing People Updated to 631 people missing and unaccounted for.

Camp Fire Missing People Updated to 631 people missing and unaccounted for.

The Sheriff’s Office has updated their list of missing people, and the list has increased to 631 people still missing and unaccounted for.

The number of people missing in California’s wildfires has soared to over 600, and the death toll has risen to 66.

The Butte County Sheriff’s Office has released a list of the people who are still missing following the Camp Fire that quickly moved through parts of Butte County on Thursday, November 8.

Please look over the names and if you know the location of anyone listed, contact the Butte County Sheriff’s Office so they can keep their list updated.

The Butte County Sheriff’s Office has activated a Missing Persons Call Center to provide and receive information about the people currently missing.

The call center is operating from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

You can call the following numbers to reach the center:

  • 530-538-6570
  • 530-538-7544
  • 530-538-7671

See the full list from the Butte County Sheriff’s Office here.



California wildfires fast facts

Firefighters are battling two major wildfires in California. Here’s a breakdown by the numbers as of Thursday evening, according to Cal Fire and local officials.

Camp Fire

  • Location: Butte County
  • 142,000 acres burned
  • 45 percent contained
  • 63 fatalities confirmed
  • 11,862 structures destroyed (including homes)

Woolsey Fire

  • Location: Los Angeles County, Ventura County
  • 98,362 acres burned
  • 69 percent contained
  • 3 fatalities confirmed
  • 548 structures destroyed, 57,000 in danger