Wildfires in California continue to spread, so far destroying 170,000 acres throughout the state. At least 23 people have died, and 3,500 structures have been destroyed.
There are currently 285 people reported missing, but this could be because they don't have access to a phone to inform their loved ones they're safe.
Forecasters are warning wind speeds could increase to 60 mph, which would cause the flames to spread even further. 8 thousand firefighters are working around the clock to try to contain the fires and prevent them from spreading. Unfortunately, rain is not expected for several days.
Federal agencies as well as Nevada and Washington State are providing resources to California. California Governor Jerry Brown says this is by far one of the biggest fires they have ever experienced.