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Officials continue to search for the missing in areas devastated by the California wildfires. The death toll from the Camp Fire now stands at 56, but with as many as 130 people still unaccounted for, that number may rise. NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY. Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story included a resident’s concern about a PG&E power line in the area which she said had problems the day before the Camp Fire started. PG&E says that power line had previously been deenergized and was not operational when the Camp Fire started. The cause of the fire remains under investigation, and PG& E says it is cooperating fully with investigators.