PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on California wildfires (all times local):
Search teams have resumed looking for remains as rains let up in Paradise.
A team from Orange County is among several teams conducting a second search of a mobile home park after a deadly wildfire torched part of Butte County in Northern California.
Task force leader Craig Covey says his team is doing a second search because there are outstanding reports of missing people whose last known address was at the mobile home park.
They look for clues that may indicate someone couldn’t get out, such as a car in the driveway or a wheelchair ramp. Some workers comb through debris with shovels and rakes, while others lift back parts of burned houses to look for remains.
Search teams leave orange spray paint on asphalt to indicate an area has been searched, whether bodies were found and if a dog searched it.
More residents in Southern California are going home after a deadly wildfire.
Crews worked Friday to repair power, telephone and gas utilities following the 151-square-mile (391-square-kilometer) Woolsey Fire west of Los Angeles.
About 1,100 residents are still under evacuation orders in Malibu and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, down from 250,000 at the height of the fire. Major roads were open but authorities urged the public to stay away.