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Nearly 4,000 evacuated in the Redding area due to Mountain Fire

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Nearly 4,000 evacuated in the Redding area due to Mountain Fire

Nearly 4,000 evacuated in the Redding area due to Mountain Fire

The Mountain Fire, burning in the Redding area in Shasta County, has burned more than 600-acres and is threatening about 1,100 homes and buildings.

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Nearly 4,000 evacuated in the Redding area due to Mountain Fire

NORTHERNCALIFORNIA.THE FIRE, BURNING IN THE REDDINGAREA IN SHASTA COUNTY,HAS BURNED MORE THAN 600- ACRESAND IS THREATENINGABOUT 11-HUNDRED HOMES ANDBUILDINGS.THE FIRE ALSO PROMPTED THE FULLEVACUATION OF THE MAINCAMPUS OF SHASTA COLLEGE INREDDING.THERE ARE NO REPORTS OFINJURIES.THE FIRE IS 20 PERCENTCONTAINED.HOMEOWNERS IN CALAVERAS COUNTY




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