California Conservation Core member Alejandro Rodriguez, 21, pauses for a moment while working to prevent flooding after the Camp Fire destroyed the town of Paradise, California, on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018. Rainfall created flooding in some areas of Chico.
Evacuee Ron Irick sits in a friends car after sleeping there with his newly rescued dog Jojo after escaping his home in Magalia from the Camp Fire at a makeshift evacuation site at Walmart in Chico, California, on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018.
Rachelle Sanders (left) hugs her neighbor Bea McClintock, 87 as they returned to their home that was destroyed last month in the Camp Fire. Rachelle was in the hospital delivering her baby during the fire and didn’t know if her elderly neighbor made it out of the fire safely. They were overwhelmed with emotion to see one another.
Gayle Edgar, 45, and her husband Doug Edgar, 58 embrace for a portrait outside their home on Centerville Road that survived the Camp Fire in Chico, California, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. The couple stayed until 6pm on the day of the fire and believe a hand crew single-handedly saved their house. Their shed, with a motorcycle and many mementos burned down. Residents whose houses survived have been feeling guilt and many wonder why they have been spared. For more read @sfchronicle
After a day of rainfall, a rainbow appears in Butte County, three weeks after the Camp Fire tore throughout the town of Paradise. The blaze, which started on Nov. 8th has killed 88 and destroyed 14,500 homes and businesses making it California’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire. There are still 196 people missing. @sfchronicle
Malik Abdul takes a photograph of family friends destroyed car while searching for salvageable items after the Camp Fire destroyed thousands of homes off of Honey Run Road in Chico, California, on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018.
(L-r) Search and Recovery crew members Rick Fugate and Andrea Campos-Smith, from Oregon look for remains off of Edgewood Lane after the Camp Fire destroyed the town of Paradise, California, on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018.
Evacuee Deja German feeds a dog she saved from the Camp Fire named Gandolf as she escaped Magalia last week. Deja stayed at the Walmart in Chico which was acting as a makeshift evacuation center. @sfchronicle
Camp Fire Evacuees Heidi Bigelow and her daughters Joy (left) and Heather (right) pray at the Neighborhood Church on Sunday November 18, 2018 in Chico, California. They have been staying at a Red Cross Shelter for the past ten days. Read more @sfchronicle
The Camp Fire which is now at 109,000 acres and 25% contained has decimated the town of Paradise. It was in the vicinity of Big Bend early this morning but appeared to be dying down. Follow more @sfchronicle
Arnell Clark embraces son Arnez Clark,1, while girlfriend Mataele Robertson gets the formula ready in their RV in East Palo Alto. They moved into the RV and park in a church parking lot. They had to leave their apartment because their rent spiked higher than they could afford. @sfchronicle for more
Kerry Harris, 63, sits for a portrait outside Mother Brown's Dining Room in the Bayview neighborhood in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Kerry described eating many meals at Mother Brown's Dining Room when he was homeless and said that it helped him get back on his feet to have warm food and a nurturing community. He is no longer homeless.