Paradise gone, wildfire evacuees must rebuild their lives
Clip: 11/15/2018 | 6m 7s
In the tally of death and destruction from California's Camp fire, officials confirm that 56 people died, 130 are missing and 8,800 homes have been destroyed in the town of Paradise. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports from Chico, California, where a Walmart parking lot is now home to hundreds of evacuees who are left with nothing and unsure of where to go.
Aired: 11/15/18Video has closed captioning.
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