Mendocino Complex Fire in California Becomes Largest in State History

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Wednesday, August 8, 2018
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The wildfire known as the Mendocino Complex in California has become the largest fire the history of the state.

It has burned through 1175 square kilometers.

So far over 140 structures have been destroyed from that fire. The Carr Fire is worse with regards to damage. It has leveled nearly 1,600 buildings, and 1,800 more are in danger.

The Carr Fire has killed seven people.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the fires.

The Team

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