(Fox Carolina) – The death toll in the Camp Fire in Northern California has risen to 23 with the discovery Saturday of 14 more sets of remains, Butte County Sheriff and Coroner Kory Honea told reporters. Honea said 10 of the victims were recovered from the fire-ravaged town of Paradise. He said seven people were found in homes, and three were outside. Of the remaining four, two were in cars and two were in houses in other areas. Saturday brought a break in the fierce winds that have whipped the three major wildfires in

California that have destroyed a record number of buildings and displaced more than 300,000 people. But officials know the gusts will be back Sunday and most evacuation orders remain in place. “Mother Nature has given us a short reprieve … but we know tomorrow Mother Nature’s gonna turn her fan back on and the winds are going to start blowing,” Ventura County Fire Chief Mark Lorenzen told reporters. READ MORE