California Fire Is Sixth Most Destructive In State's History


More than a thousand homes are  destroyed from the massive Carr Fire burning in Northern California. The deadly wildfire has also torched hundreds of other buildings near  Redding, making it the sixth most destructive fire in California's  history.  The fire started just over a week ago and has already burned  over 115-thousand acres.  It's also cost six lives so far, including two  firefighters and a grandmother and her two great-grandchildren.  There  are 17 major wildfires burning in the state right now.

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