Paradise Town reopens as locals grieving over burnt down homes

Residents of Paradise Town, northern California, the most severely affected place in the wildfires, started making their way back on Thursday to what is left of their burned down properties and belongings as sections of roads leading to the town have reopened. Wildfires in northern California have killed at least 83 people and left 563 others unaccounted for as of Thursday afternoon, according to the local fire department. More than 90 per cent of the fires in northern California has been brought under control.