The number of people missing from California's deadly forest fire has fallen to 25, from a peak of more than 1,200 at the height of the disaster.
Butte County Sheriff's office had cut the number of missing persons to 49 on Friday Friday, Friday. 500 a week ago. The death toll remained at 88.
Last month, the campfire devastated the city of Paradise, northeast of San Francisco.
Workers comb the rubble of about 18,000 destroyed houses.
Butte Sheriff's Department canceled evacuation orders for a number of fire-affected areas on Sunday.
But it was said that Paradise was closed to traffic and warned residents returning to the area of floods and mudslides due to heavy rains.
The campfire erupted on November 8th and spread rapidly. Residents in Paradise and other nearby towns had only minutes to bring their relatives together and try to escape over clogged roads.
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Officials said in the following days that the alarming list of the missing ones People "dynamic" had to deal with a large number of calls, reports and e-mails from people who were worried that they could not bother.
Some media organizations pointed to irregularities in the county's list. A resident of Paradise, who had fled from the fire and recovered in Virginia, did not know she was on the list of missing persons until last week.
The cause of the fire is still being investigated, but the energy company Pacific Gas and Electric Co. reported that a high voltage power line malfunctioned over time and near the origin of the company.