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Firefighters are battling a raging wildfire that CAL FIRE officials say has destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands to evacuate the Lower Lake area of Lake County.Is there a wildfire in Lake County?
CLEARLAKE, Lake County (CBS SF) — A wildfire burning in Lake County Wednesday grew to about 80 acres, destroying dozens of homes and forcing evacuations in the communities of Clearlake and Lower Lake, according to authorities.How many homes were destroyed in Lake County Fire?
Lake County Sheriff Brian Martin confirmed that roughly four dozen homes were destroyed as of early Wednesday evening. At least one civilian was reportedly injured in the fire. Twenty mile per hour winds fueled the flames, engulfing dozens of homes and cars.Where is the cache fire burning in Lake County?
The burn area is located east of the Anderson Marsh Natural Preserve along the southeastern tip of Clear Lake. Cache Fire burning in Lake County (Ken Porter/Santa Rosa Press Democrat) By 3:30 p.m., Cal Fire tweeted that the fire, which became known as the Cache Fire, had grown to about 100 acres.