The Camp Fire has reached 151,373 acres, but officials say as of Tuesday morning that the fire is now 70-percent contained.
Since the fire began on Nov. 8, it has taken the lives of 79 people and 699 people remain missing.
Search crews urgently look for people before the rain hits on Wednesday which could wash away remains.
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