A drone has been used to capture the devastation caused by wildfires in Paradise, California.
The UAV has given viewers around the world an understanding of the scale of damage, not accessible from the ground.
The images show how a district which, until a few weeks ago was inhabited by 27,000 people, has been completely destroyed.
According to the report from BBC News, 50 people have so far died from the catastrophe and 100 people remain missing.
It goes on to describe how officials dealing with the incident have said it will need a complete rebuild.
Watch the footage captured by drone here: