REDDING, Calif. - The Mercy Medical Center which is located at 2175 Rosaline Ave. in Redding has not had to evacuate their hospital due to the “Carr Fire” and instead relocated some of their patients, said Mike Mangas from Mercy Medical Center.
According to an email sent by Mangas, at 11 p.m. Thursday five babies were relocated out of the area while high-risk patients are being prepared to evacuate should the “Carr Fire” worsen.
Their emergency room is fully open and there are several burn patients with non-life threatening injuries, said Mangas.
All but one of the burn patients have been treated and released.
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