Nearly all of the people who have gone missing after the devastating fire in southern Oregon have been counted. However, the total death toll from wildfires in the western United States rose to 35 over the weekend.
The flames are spreading across the West Coast, devastating entire neighborhoods and leaving nothing but charred debris and burned-out vehicles. Tens of thousands were evacuated, and a curtain of smoke covered a vast area from southern California to Seattle. Now in the disaster zone is the worst air in the world.
At least 10 people died in Oregon, 24 in California, and one in Washington state. Thousands of houses and buildings were burned down.