An inside look at Camp Creek Road in Pulga, the center of the Camp Fire investigation

A transmission line on a hill in the small Town of Pulga.

Tucked inside the Plumas National Forest, about eight miles east of Concow, is the small-town of Pulga.

Camp Creek Road in the Town of Pulga, a town that only has two roads, has been at the center of a months long investigation into what caused the Camp Fire.

KRCR News Channel 7's Meaghan Mackey gives us an inside look at Camp Creek Road, that recently reopened, since the Camp Fire ignited in Butte County on November 8.

Watch the video to see more. Until now we've seen hundreds of videos of the Camp Fire destruction, but little of where the deadly blaze allegedly ignited.

The Camp Fire destroyed nearly 19,000 structures and took the lives of 86 people making it the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California's history.

The investigation on the Camp Fire, although complete on the ground in Pulga, could take months to be released.

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