Deemed the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history, Camp Fire's sweeping blazes continue to ravage the Golden State.
The 130,000-acre wildfire has killed dozens, and the National Guard has joined local forces to search for human remains.
For a sense of scale, NBC created a map to compare the size of the 201-square-mile blaze to the 100 most-populated cities across the country, including Philadelphia and Camden.
The blaze is more than 25 times the size of Camden's 8 square miles, reaching from Lindenwold to Center City. Woolsey Fire is nearly 20 times the size of the South Jersey city.