What in the world is going on with California? According to the latest reports, they have experienced six of its most destructive wildfires in just 10 months. The fires have charred more than 10,000 structures and claimed dozens of lives. The Carr Fire near Redding has joined five other large fires since Oct. 2017 on the state’s 20 most destructive wildfires list. As of Friday night, the Carr Fire had destroyed over

1,500 structures and killed six people, ranking as the sixth most destructive wildfire. Last December’s Thomas Fire and four wildfires from October 2017 – Tubbs, Nuns, Atlas and Redwood Valley – are also on the top 20 list. These six wildfires have destroyed 10,966 structures and killed 48 people. The Tubbs Fire in Sonoma County last October is the worst of them all, accounting for 5,636 of the destroyed structures and 22 deaths. READ MORE