Carr Fire becomes 7th most destructive fire in state history

REDDING, Calif. (KGO) -- The Carr Fire is now the 7th most destructive fire in state history. The wildfire has burned more than 110,154 acres and is 27 percent contained.

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The fire has killed six people, including two children and two firefighters. The wildfire is threatening more than 2,500 structures and more than 1,200 structures have already been destroyed.

Residents say the hardest part is not knowing if their homes will still be standing.

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"You just never think it's going to happen to you. You work twenty years to put things together...and even if the house is there, the landscape is going to be just terrible," said Ronald Henninger

Officials will hold a community meeting for residents impacted by the fire. The meeting will starts at 4 p.m. at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center in Weaverville.

Visit this page for a map of all the homes that have been destroyed in this tragic fire.

Get the latest on the Carr Fire here, the Complex Fire here and the latest on wildfires across California here.

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