BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- Shocking new video out of Butte County gives a glimpse of the terror and chaos that occurred as thousands tried to flee a fast-moving wildfire.
The Camp Fire quickly spread from 1,000 to 70,000 acres in less than 24 hours, forcing over 27,000 people to race for safety.
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Skyway, a road in the town of Paradise, was one path residents took as they tried to escape.
The video shows frightening images of abandoned vehicles. There's a burned out school bus, cars that crashed into each other while trying to outrun oncoming flames, various vehicles left in ditches and spun sideways, and at least a dozen cars completely torched by fire.
VIDEO: Aerial view of devastating Camp Fire in Butte County
Butte County Sheriff's Office announced Friday morning there were five fire fatalities - All five victims were found in their cars.
We have complete Camp Fire coverage, including how to search for missing loved ones, here.
Eerie video shows burned, abandoned cars after thousands fled Butte County wildfire