Fatal Fire Jumps Sacramento River

The fire, now named Carr, sparked last night in Redding, CA and has already ripped through dozens of structures and killed at least two people. Carr jumped the Sacramento River and firefighters are trying to get it under containment as it threatens more structures in its path. Cal Fire said the pressure from the fire is so strong, it is creating fire tornados and took some cars into the air with it, breaking windows and tossing the cars throughout the tornadoes. 

Cal Fire says their biggest difficulty is beating the heat, with wind speed up to 15 MPH and Zero percent humidity. 

 
 
 
 
 
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