By Sibel Ugurlu
The death toll from the Camp Wildfire in the U.S. state of California has risen to 79, officials said Sunday.
On Twitter, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea also said that 699 people remain missing.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump visited the area of the fire in the state.
The Camp Fire in northern California has burned around 12,000 structures as thousands of firefighters struggle to contain the 570-square-kilometer (354-square-mile) inferno.
Separately, the Woolsey Fire in the southern part of the state has burned nearly 450 houses, killing three people.