MAPS: A look at the Camp Fire in Butte County and other California fires

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Friday night officials updated the death toll to 71 from the Camp Fire. the fire is now 50 percent contained. (AP Photo/John Locher)

The Camp Fire in Butte County is just one of three major fires burning across California. It has claimed 71 lives and is now the most destructive fire in state history.

New numbers show the destructive blaze has now wiped out 146,000 acres.

Cal Fire says the fire is 50 percent contained and has burned over 12,000 homes, commercial buildings and structures.

VIDEO: Fire whirl whips around Camp Fire in Butte County

This graphic shows the area where the fire is burning:

This image shows a map of the current size of the Camp Fire in Butte County, Calif.


In Southern California, the Woolsey and Hill fires are also wreaking havoc.

This image shows a map of the Woolsey Fire in Southern California.



This map provided by Cal Fire shows fires burning around the state where they are either the lead agency involved or they're assisting:


To put things in perspective on just how big the Camp Fire is, this map shows a comparison. The size of the fire would cover an extensive part of the Bay Area.

This image shows a map comparing the size of the Camp Fire in Butte County, Calif. to the Bay Area.

VIDEO: A look at the devastation in Butte County from Camp Fire

See more stories, photos and videos on the Camp Fire in Butte County.
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