The number of people killed in wildfires devastating parts of California has now reached 25.
14 more bodies have been discovered in Butte County in the north of the state.
Meanwhile, two people have died and scores of homes have also been destroyed in southern California.
More than 4,000 are fighting the Camp and Woolsey Fires in California that have burned over 170,000 acres. Our hearts are with those fighting the fires, the 52,000 who have evacuated, and the families of the 11 who have died. The destruction is catastrophic. God Bless them all.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 10, 2018
Alex Hoon from the National Weather Service says a red flag warning's in place for heavy winds which could fan the flames.