More than 30,000 people have been moved to shelters as wildfire threatens to destroy the state’s forests

More than a million people have fled wildfires across the American West, but not all of them have been able to find shelter.

Nearly 30,700 people have now been relocated, including more than 2,000 families in Utah, according to Utah Department of Human Services.

A similar number of people have also been sent to camps, which are set up at state and federal agencies across the West, officials said.

The Utah Department for Natural Resources said it is working with local authorities to provide more shelter and support for people who have been displaced.

The agency said in a statement it was working with agencies in Idaho, Montana, Nebraska and Wyoming to provide temporary shelter and assistance to those affected.

In Nevada, the state has been trying to get as many people as possible out of the affected area, which includes the state capital, Las Vegas.

Nevada Gov.

Brian Sandoval said on Twitter that the state will help with any needed evacuations and relocation of residents and families.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.