Carr Fire kills at least 6 people in California

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Carr Fire kills at least 6 people in California
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well as we’ve been reporting the car fire killed two girls and their great-grandmother Carter Evans spoke with a woman’s husband who says he never heard a warning to evacuate graduation orders in place for several neighborhood but did you get any so hot out there you got to stay here and Grandpa I’ll be right back I’m going to go in about 15 minutes when my wife call me and see the fireworks coming up the hill Branson honey just hold on you shouldn’t tell Grandpa I love him and then my wife was saying until grandpa I love him with all my heart my wife wrap them up and wet blankets got over the top of them and release the hardest thing to accept he says is not to have been there
The Carr Fire in Redding, California, has killed at least six people and thousands have been forced to evacuate the area. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans joins CBSN with the latest.

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