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Woman Accused of Starting Fawn Fever Boils Bear Urine to Drink – CBS San Francisco

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SHASTA COUNTY (CBS SF) — A Bay Area woman accused of starting the Fawn Fire in Shasta County last week was boiling bear urine to drink when she allegedly started the devastating fire, according to court documents. In a strange case, the accusation papers said that Alexandra Souverneva, 30,

Fawn Fire Near Redding Grows to 7,500 Acres Overnight; Firefighters Face Colder Weather – CBS San Francisco

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REDDING (CBS SF) — Authorities said Saturday morning that Fawn Fire, which burned north of Redding, had grown to more than 7,500 acres overnight as firefighters looked for cooler weather in the coming days to aid their efforts. fire fever Announced in the Saturday update The fire, burning near

Fawn Fire Grows to 6,850 Acres in Shasta County; New Building Not Destroyed – CBS San Francisco

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REDDING (CBS SF) — A growing army of firefighters battled the advancing flames of Fawn Fire northwest of Redding on Friday, making some headway and preventing any additional destruction as the fire closed at 7,000 acres. Successful defense of many structures has arrived 24 hours after houses burned and

Near Redding Wind-Driven Light Brown Fire Exploded To 5,500 Acres; Suspect Arsonist Arrested – CBS San Francisco

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LAKE SHASTA, Shasta County (CBS SF) – At least 4,000 people were forced to evacuate by the Fawn Fire, which burned Shasta County northeast of Redding on Thursday, and officials said a Bay Area woman suspected of starting the fire was arrested. After burning nearly 50 acres in the

Fast Moving Light Brown Fire Near Lake Shasta Grows To 1,200 Acres; Expanded Evacuation Orders – CBS San Francisco

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LAKE SHASTA, Shasta County (CBS SF) — The Fawn Fire, which started Wednesday in Shasta County, north of Redding, expanded rapidly, leading to mandatory evacuations Thursday. After burning nearly 50 acres early Wednesday evening, the wildfire exploded to 1,200 acres early Thursday afternoon. It is currently at 5%. READ