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Some Paradise Resident Return To See Damage On Their Homes


Paradise resident are finally being allowed to return to some neighborhoods in the Northern California city. The area was one that experienced the most devastation from one of the deadliest wildfires in U.S. history. Many will face months or even years of work to obtain compensation for their losses and rebuild One resident said it seemed unfair that some houses survived while his was completely gone. According to Reuters, at least 85 people died and nearly are still unaccounted for.

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