Dogs and portable morgues: Search intensifies in fire zone

  • Butte County Search and Rescue worker Noelle Francis, left, and search dog Spinner look through the ashes for survivors and remains after a wildfire ravaged the area, at Skyway Villa Mobile Home and RV Park in Paradise, Calif., Monday, Nov. 12, 2018. (Hector Amezcua/The Sacramento Bee via AP)
  • Joseph Grado and his wife, Susan Grado, embrace while staying at a shelter for fire victims at East Avenue Church, Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, in Chico, Calif. They lost their Paradise home in the Camp Fire. The shelter is staffed by a doctor and nurses from Feather River Hospital, who are volunteering despite being fire victims themselves. (Hector Amezcua/The Sacramento Bee via AP)

PARADISE, Calif. — Authorities moved to set up a rapid DNA-analysis system and bring in cadaver dogs, mobile morgues and more search teams in an intensified effort to find and identify victims of the deadliest wildfire in California history, an inferno that killed at least 42 people.