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>> It's been described like a bomb going off.>> It's burning in every direction all at the same time.>> Northern California's Carr fire has now killed at least six people, including two children and two firefighters. Rescuers are searching for seven missing people as tens of thousands flee their homes.
The smoke, flames and destruction strech for miles. More than 3,000 firefighters are battling the blaze and officials Monday said they're making progress after the fire nearly doubled in size over the weekend. It left an area the size Detroit in ashes.>> This is my house since I was born.
>> Official say a car with mechanical issues spark the fire last Monday and hot dry winds fan the flames. Cal Fire Division, Chief Greg Bartelli says those conditions won't soon change.>> We're not getting any break from the weather for at least the next five days.>> US President Donald Trump issued an emergency declaration for California Saturday, freeing up federal assistants for counties affected by the fires.