REDDING, Calif. - A baby fawn, rescued during the Carr Fire, was released back into the wild on Monday.
During the Carr Fire, an image of California Highway Patrol Sargeant David Fawson saving the fawn circulated social media.
Over the past few months, the fawn was being taken care of by the Siskiyou Safe Haven.
The fawn, named Carra, was released into the Shasta Valley Wildlife Refuge on Monday.
Carra was the smallest of 11 baby fawns released into the refuge, which is off limits for deer hunting.