Rescue workers recovered 14 more bodies of people killed by the late-season infernos as the death toll from destructive wildfires hitting California rose to 25.
Dubbed Camp Fire, the blaze ravaging the northern part of the state has become the most destructive in its history.
In the south of the state, near Malibu, another blaze that started on Friday claimed two more lives while thousands have fled and firefighters continued to battle all fronts.
Know as Woolsey, the wildfire near Malibu has now doubled in size and covers an area of 28,000 hectares.
In Paradise, more than 6.700 homes and businesses have been destroyed, more structures than in any previous Californian wildfire on record and while Camp Fire is already the third deadliest in the state’s history, 110 people are still missing and the death toll expected to rise, according to officials.
More than 3,000 emergency personnel are fighting the blazes using 23 helicopters and firefighting air tankers according to officials but the raging winds and speed of the fires were staggering.