Jeremie Saylors, 11, walks through the burned remains of his home in Paradise, California on November 18, 2018. The family lost a home in the same spot to a fire 10 years prior. / AFP / Josh Edelson
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The search for remains of victims of the devastating Northern California wildfire has taken on new urgency as rain in the forecast could complicate those efforts while also bringing relief to firefighters on the front lines.The so-called Camp Fire has destroyed more than 10,500 homes.A team of 10 volunteers, accompanied by a cadaver dog, went from house to house in the charred landscape. Sheriff Kory Honea said it was within the "realm of possibility" that officials would never know the exact death toll from the blaze. He also questioned whether the search for remains could be completed by midweek when rain is forecast.The search area is huge, Moses said, with many structures that need to be checked.
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