PARADISE, Calif. -- Another person killed in the deadliest wildfire in California history has been identified.
The Butte County Sheriff's office said Friday it positively identified the remains of 68-year-old Judith Sipher of Paradise.
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That brings the total number of named dead to 81.
Three people whose remains were recovered after the wildfire are tentatively identified but have not yet been named by the sheriff's office. Two of the 86 victims remain unknown.
The fire in November last year destroyed nearly 15,000 homes in Paradise and surrounding towns. In the aftermath of the catastrophe, authorities used DNA testing to identify bone fragments and other remains of the victims. In some cases, it took months to positively identify the victims and notify their next of kin.
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Another victim of deadly Camp Fire identified, bringing total named dead to 81
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