(NBC News) A rapidly growing wildfire has left at least two people dead and a dozen more injured near Redding, California.
The "Carr" fire has consumed more than 44,000 acres.
One Redding firefighter and a bulldozer operator were killed battling the flames.
"This fire is extremely dangerous and moving with no regard to what's in its path," Cal Fire Chief Brett Gouvea warns.
Fire officials say the fire is growing at an unprecedented rate.
At least 65 buildings, including homes and businesses, have been destroyed so far.
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