News : Call Center Opens as Dozens Remain Missing from Camp Fire
Butte County, CA, USA, Nov, 2018 -- The Butte County Sheriff's Office is activating a missing person call center as dozens of people remain unaccounted for since the destructive Camp Fire sparked Thursday.
The call center will be staffed daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. starting Sunday, according to a news release from the sheriff's office.
The call center's phone numbers are:
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Authorities ask that people with missing loved ones call one of the above numbers even if a report has already been made. Detectives will be able to give callers a status on cases.
If necessary, detectives may provide instructions on submitting a saliva sample for DNA.
People who have located a missing person who was previously unaccounted for are also asked to phone the call center.
At a media briefing Sunday night, the sheriff's office said 228 people were unaccounted for. Sheriff Kory Honea said authorities believe that many of people who haven't been located by loved ones could be in shelters.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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