Thousands make home out of temporary evacuation centers in wake of devastating Camp Fire

The thousands of Paradise, California residents who lost their homes in what by far is the deadliest fire in state history are living at shelters set up by charities.

This video, filmed on November 18, shows evacuees at Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds in Yuba City. Evacuation centers have also been set up in Chico, Gridley and Quincey.

Officials say the shelters have received overwhelming support from the public in terms of donated items, and are asking for people to send in financial donations and gift cards instead to purchase what is needed.

The death toll of the devastating fire now stands at 79, with various news outlets reporting between 600 and over 1,000 still unaccounted for.