But thanks to the pool, she was spared from the deadliest wildfire in California history.
The latest fatality count was announced by Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea after forensic teams with cadaver dogs spent the day combing through a ghostly landscape strewn with ash and charred debris in what was left of the Sierra foothills hamlet of Paradise, about 280km north of San Francisco.
Although President Donald Trump tweeted without evidence on Saturday that "gross mismanagement of the forests" was the reason for the "massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California", experts have pointed to high winds that helped flames spread quickly, and noted the role of climate change in the risky fires, reported The Mercury News.
He has requested portable morgue teams from the USA military, as well as a disaster mortuary crew, additional cadaver dogs and forensic anthropology units. They've been reported missing, but he does not know if they tried to escape or hesitated a few minutes too long before fleeing Paradise, where about 7,700 homes were destroyed. "That line had previously been de-energized and was not operational when the Camp Fire started".
Meanwhile, state investigators trying to establish the cause of the inferno appeared to be zeroing in on Pacific Gas & Electric Co. power lines. Together, they were blamed for 44 deaths, including two in celebrity-studded Malibu in Southern California, where firefighters appeared to be gaining ground against a roughly 143-square-mile (370-square-kilometer) blaze that destroyed at least 370 structures, with hundreds more feared lost. The Camp Fire, which is now the deadliest wildfire in California history, killed at least 48 people, and displaced many others.
The Camp Fire has claimed 48 lives and 8,800 structures in Northern California, officials said Tuesday.
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More than 50,000 residents in the area remain under evacuation orders and 15,500 buildings are still listed as threatened by the blaze. Jerry Brown (D). While he acknowledged that wildfires were getting worse in the state, he failed to link their severity to climate change.
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All the six victims were found in their homes, the officer said.
"As I was checking to see if someone's house was standing we stumbled upon this [horse] who had given up and had the look of defeat in her eyes". Woolsey Fire, Camp Fire and Hill fire are all being tirelessly battled by firefighters.
To follow ongoing updates from fire and safety officials about the damage to specific areas in the Camp fire, Cal Fire has published a searchable map that includes photos of affected areas, as work crews inspect neighborhoods. "I love that he shared his gift of music with me and so many others during his lifetime", she said.
US President Donald Trump has declared both to be disaster areas, making federal emergency assistance more readily available. Johnston said this was a reminder of what can happen to firefighters in windy conditions.