Authorities are asking for DNA samples from relatives of the missing in California’s Camp Fire
(CNN) -- Hundreds of rescue personnel dressed in white overalls are sifting through smoldering rubble and mangled cars, searching for human remains in California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire. The Camp Fire has killed at least 56 people in Northern California's Butte County and turned the hard-hit town of Paradise into ash and debris. At least two other people have been killed in another major wildfire in Southern California, putting the state's death toll at 58 since the two blazes began last week.