Photos: Heartbreaking images document a million acres burned already during this California fire season
Images of the Caldor fire and the Dixie fire, driven in part by warming temperatures and worsening drought.
The monstrous Dixie fire — the second-largest in the state’s recorded history — has been burning for more than a month, and the danger zone now stretches from Lassen to Butte.
The Caldor fire in El Dorado County is at nearly 63,000 acres, with 0% containment. Thousands of rural residents have had to evacuate as flames tore through rugged terrain.
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This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.