Calif. authorities seek wildfire's missing and dead
Clip: 11/29/2018 | 6m 24s
It’s been three weeks since the devastating Camp Fire swept through California, leaving at least 88 people dead. In its aftermath, forensic anthropologists comb through mountains of ash in search of human remains. At the same time, law enforcement and other officials struggle to understand the whereabouts of the 190 people still missing. William Brangham reports from Paradise.
Aired: 11/29/18Video has closed captioning.
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