The death toll from the deadliest fire in California history has now reached 63. The Camp Fire which started one week ago, is now at 141,000 acres. 11,862 structures have been destroyed. That includes over 9700 homes. Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea also said the number of missing persons is over 600. Officials are combing through the destroyed homes and abandoned vehicles searching for human remains. Seven more victims were found today in the charred rubble. Three were found in Paradise, three in the town of Magalia and one in Concow. The fire is currently 40% contained according Cal Fire. 52,000 people have been evacuated from the area. Cal Fire says that over 15,000 structures are still in danger from the fire.