Two people have died and dozens of homes have been destroyed as the 44,450-acre Carr fire continues to burn across Northern California.
Gabriel H. Sanchez
Posted on July 27, 2018, at 2:22 p.m. ET
A home burns along Sunflower Road in Redding, California.
Flames race across a hillside as firefighters monitor a backfire in Redding.
A real estate sign is seen in front of a burning home in Redding.
A firefighter pauses during a firing operation in Redding.
A car passes through flames on Highway 299 in Shasta, California.
The Carr fire burns along Highway 299 in Shasta.
Firefighters discuss plans while battling the Carr fire in Shasta.
A firefighter uses a drip torch to light a backfire while battling the larger Carr fire in Redding.
The Carr fire burns along Highway 299 in Redding.
The Carr fire tears through Shasta State Historic Park.
California State Parks Superintendent Lori Martin keeps watch on historic buildings as the Carr fire burns a residence in Shasta.
A historic schoolhouse burns in Shasta.
The Carr fire tears through a building in Shasta.
A house burns during the Carr fire in Redding.
A home becomes rubble along Sunflower Road in Redding.
A house burns in Redding.
A burning home is reflected in a pool in Redding.
A firefighter lights backfires during the Carr fire in Redding.
Gabriel H. Sanchez is the Senior Photo Essay Editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York City.
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