SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The Community Recovery Team for the Carr Fire in the Shasta County area has announced its plans to begin rebuilding homes for those who qualified for assistance.
There are two homes in the Keswick are that are ready to be rebuilt.
The team is a multi-agency group tasked with meeting the unmet needs of those after the Carr Fire in Shasta County.
The recovery team said without the support of the community and strength of the area, the rebuilding would not have been possible.
"A lot of the situation for those who lost everything like that and didn't know how far down the line will be ... it is life changing when you hear your home is going to be rebuilt," said Tim Danielson, captain of the Salvation Army Redding Corps. "For them to finally see it brings a breath of fresh air to everybody."
A lot of the work done by volunteers who are coming from all over the state to rebuild.
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