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>> Firefighters at Redding, California are hoping for more calm winds on Tuesday as they battle one of the most destructive wildfires in the state's history. Since turning from a brush fire into a deadly inferno last week, the Carr Fire has destroyed more than 800 homes. 37,000 people have been forced to evacuate, with more than 104,000 acres of land reduced to ash.
Six people are dead, with seven others still missing. Some progress was reported on Monday. Calmer winds gave firefighters just enough space to bring the fire to 23% containment. But with drought, parched vegetation, and triple digit temperatures, firefighters say the blaze could come raging back at a moment's notice.