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List: Missing Persons in Shasta County Carr Fire

As the deadly blaze in Shasta County continued to burn over thousands of acres, at least 20 residents have been reported missing after the Carr Fire forced them to evacuate. 

Redding Police Department released a list of people who are unaccounted for on Tuesday, hoping to reunite them with loved ones:

  • Richard Bigby – Redding
  • Mary Boyd – Redding
  • Joan Bradshaw – Old Shasta
  • Bruce Brown – Old Shasta
  • Westley Davis – Redding
  • Bradford Foster – Redding
  • Eleanor Homewood – Redding
  • Frank Jaramillo – Old Shasta
  • Reita Jolley – Redding
  • Justin Jones – Redding
  • Ernest Odum – French Gulch
  • Janet Odum – French Gulch
  • Jerry Olstrander – Redding
  • Glenda Prusa – Redding
  • Maria Rada – Keswick
  • Daniel Richards – Redding
  • Steven Rievas – Redding
  • Margaret Steddom – Old Shasta
  • George Thompson – Keswick
  • Ann Thompson – Keswick

If you are one of the people on the list, or have any information that can help locate a person on the list, officials urged people to contact the Carr Fire Missing Persons Hotline at 530-225-4277.

Three people who were reported missing by family members were found dead Saturday. 

Five-year-old James Roberts, 4-year-old Emily Roberts and 70-year-old Melody Bledsoe were caught in the path of the Carr Fire when they were about to evacuate their home on Quartz Hill in Redding
Evacuations have been lifted for the Potter Valley Community, Happy Valley area and communities of Summit City and Buckeye, according to fire officials.

The Carr Fire has burned more than 880 homes and killed a total of six people in and around Redding.

It is now the seventh most destructive wildfire in California history, fire officials said.

Photo Credit: Getty Images
Source: NBC Bay Area

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