California wildfires: Trump to visit state’s deadliest wildfire
US President Donald Trump has arrived in California to survey the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state’s history.
The Camp Fire in northern California has killed at least 71 people.
More than 1,000 people are reported to be missing, although officials say that figure could fluctuate.
Leaving for California, Mr Trump again focused on forest management as a cause of the blazes, a claim that has been disputed by experts.
On top of the Camp Fire, firefighters are also tackling several other blazes, including the Woolsey Fire near Los Angeles which has claimed at least three lives.
And adding to the misery, scores of people have become sick after outbreaks of the norovirus at shelters and the air quality in northern California has been rated the world’s worst.
Heavy rain is forecast next week that could douse the flames but also bring mudslides and floods on hillsides stripped of vegetation.