Netflix documentary Fire in Paradise has made its debut on the streaming service, and serves as a painful reminder of the destruction wildfires can cause.
The 40 minute documentary shows the aftermath of widespread devastation in California a year after the Camp Fire.
The Camp Fire started on November 8, 2018, and spread from Butte County in California across 153,336 acres.
It caused $16.5 billion in damages and killed 85 people, making it the deadliest wildfire to ever take place in California.
The documentary chronicles the timeline of the tragedy entirely from the viewpoint of those who lived through it, with interviews with first responders and survivors. Smartphone footage, news stories and other video footage from the event is also shown.
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