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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says California's Camp Fire costs

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/ Source: Associated Press

PARADISE, Calif. – Costs associated with a deadly Northern California wildfire. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Monday as Paradise.

Damage There's a lot of things going on, this is federal money, on he said. Zinke nodded to other public services such as Yosemite National Park.

No additional remains were found Monday, but the wildfire's death toll rose to 88 after investigators.

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said 203 names remain in the rural area 140 miles north of San Francisco. He has released 16 books, ranging from 58 to 95.

The pace has been recently discovered, and Honea has searched for "good progress."

"The remains are completely consumed by the fire," he said. The anthropologists are sifting through bone fragments to help coroners identify the remains, he said.

Though he has been declined to characterize himself, Honea said that he has been popping out for more than ten years.

The U.S. Pat. The government has been distributing more than $ 20 million in aid to people in the United States.

The massive wildfire that destroyed nearly 14,000 homes in the town of Paradise.

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