Fil-Ams in Paradise, Calif. still reeling from effects of Camp Fire

LOS ANGELES -- With winds reaching up to 50 mph, the Camp Fire, which started in early November, blazed through over 153,000 acres and nearly 14,000 residences in Northern California. Aside from becoming the most destructive fire in the state's modern history, it also proved to be the deadliest with a death toll of 86. Roughly 27,000 people were displaced. Nearly all of the small town of Paradise, California, was consumed. As residents come back to assess the damage, many remain undecided on whether to rebuild or to move out for good. This is true also for its close-knit Filipino-American community. Gemma Clow, who previously shared with the Asian Journal her family's experi...Keep on reading: Fil-Ams in Paradise, Calif. still reeling from effects of Camp Fire

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