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Paradise vows to rebuild even as death toll and number of missing rises

CHICO, Calif. - The death toll from the devastating Camp fire in Northern California rose to 63 Thursday, while the number of people reported missing jumped dramatically to 631, authorities said.

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea told reporters that search crews recovered seven more bodies in the burn area: three in Magalia, three in Paradise and one in Concow.

The California Highway Patrol also said an officer found a body inside a charred car flipped on its side in Paradise, but it was not clear if that fatality

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