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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 18, 2018
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The rising death toll & the number missing in the California wildfires introduced; photos shown of the visiting President Trump, who blamed forest mismanagement. [California Governor Jerry BROWN - lists factors contributing to the fires.]

(Paradise, California: Meg Oliver) The number of people unaccounted for featured; scenes shown from burned-out Paradise; statistics on the destruction from the Camp Fire cited; details given about power lines being the possible cause. [Butte County Sheriff Kory HONEA††- indicates means of contact have been disrupted.] [Lost house, Hattie BROWN - describes what happened in the fire.]

(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(Studio: Julie Watts) The dangerous air quality in northern California for the fires' smoke reviewed; weather maps for the smoke forecast shown.

Quijano, Elaine;
Oliver, Meg;
Watts, Julie

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