The fire has destroyed 500 structures and damaged 75 others. 37,000 people have been forced from their homes.
VIDEO: Drive through Carr Fire near Redding reveals apocalyptic scenes
The fire zone stretches from Redding to French Gulch. 80,906 have burned and the fire is just 5 percent contained.
Two firefighters have died fighting the Carr Fire and three Marin County firefighters were hurt. They're now out of the hospital.
Click here for the latest information from Cal Fire on the incident, including updated evacuation information.
#CarrFire [update] off Hwy 299 and Carr Powerhouse Rd, Whiskeytown (Shasta County) is now 80,906 acres and 5% contained. NEW MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDERS IN PLACE. Unified Command: @CALFIRESHU and Whiskeytown National Park. https://t.co/QmhauhZj9m pic.twitter.com/RSwzyvF0jY— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) July 28, 2018
Get the latest on the Carr Fire here and the latest on wildfires across California here.
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