What was the camp fire caused by?
Similarly, what started the camp fire?
Named after Camp Creek Road, its place of origin, the fire started on November 8, 2018, in Northern California's Butte County. Ignited by a faulty electric transmission line, the fire originated above several communities and an east wind drove the fire downhill through developed areas.
Also Know, where was camp fire? Butte County, California, United States
One may also ask, what caused the PG&E fire?
Investigators found that the fire started from electrical transmission lines controlled by PG&E near the community of Pulga. The fire, driven by strong winds, quickly spread in the dry vegetation, destroying the communities of Concow, Paradise and Magalia.
How many animals died in the camp fire?
The Animals of California's Devastating Camp Fire. The Camp Fire, now California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire ever recorded, is 70 percent contained, after raging for 12 days. The Sacramento Bee reports that the current number of deaths stands at 79, with 699 people still unaccounted for.