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VIDEO: A Look at Forest Ranch After the Camp Fire

Action News Now's Laura Eng walked through areas of Forest Ranch to assess any damage that may have occurred in the neighborhood areas.

Posted: Nov 11, 2018 10:20 AM
Updated: Nov 12, 2018 3:20 PM

FOREST RANCH, Calif. - Action News Now's Laura Eng walked through areas of Forest Ranch to assess any damage that may have occurred in the neighborhood areas.

Action News Now confirmed with Cal Fire and the Butte County Sheriff that there are no mandatory evacuations in place for the area at this time. 

During the walkthrough, Eng noted that all structures seemed to be intact and that the fire had not reached the area. 

Action News Now will continue to walk through areas to provide a look at the areas in and around Forest Ranch. 

The map shows the location that Eng was today: 

Stage Road, Forest Ranch

Headwaters Road, Forest Ranch

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