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Six Rivers Lightning Complex Aug. 8 

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Mark McKenna
Smoke rises from the Six Rivers Lightning Complex as it burns near the Cavaletto Vineyard Estate across the river from State Route 299, just east of Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
People watch the smoke rise from the Six Rivers Lightning Complex as it burns above the Cavaletto Vineyard Estate a.
Mark McKenna
A Tahoe Hotshots crew clears brush near a home by Willow Creek, as the Six Rivers Lighting Complex approaches Sunday evening.
Mark McKenna
A Tahoe Hotshots crew clears brush near a home by Willow Creek, as the Six Rivers Lighting Complex approaches Sunday evening.
Mark McKenna
A helicopter lands near Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
Smoke rises from the Six Rivers Lightning Complex on a ridge as seen from Friday Ridge Road near Salyer on Sunday afternoon.
Thadeus Greenson
A window at the church hosting a community fire meeting looks out on the Bremer Fire, burning east of Willow Creek.
Thadeus Greenson
Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal speaks with Fifth District Supervisor Steve Madrone at a community fire meeting Monday.
Thadeus Greenson
About 100 local residents attended a community meeting called by U.S. Forest Service officials to discuss the Six Rivers Lightning Complex.
Thadeus Greenson
California Interagency Instant Management Team 11 Operations Section Chief Seth Mitchell discusses the fires comprising the Six Rivers Lightning Complex during a community meeting Monday.
Thadeus Greenson
Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal urges residents to stay informed and to heed evacuation orders during a community meeting near Willow Creek on Monday.
Thadeus Greenson
Humboldt County Fifth District Supervisor Steve Madrone addresses a community meeting held to discuss the Six Rivers Lightning Complex.
Thadeus Greenson
The view outside the church where officials held a community meeting to discuss the Six Rivers Lightning Complex on Monday.
Mark McKenna
Sections of hose lay ready for deployment.
Thadeus Greenson
Trees flare across State Route 299 outside of Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
Ernie MagaƱa fills a pumping station near a home on Salyer Loop Road on Monday afternoon as crews continue to defend structures in the area.
Mark McKenna
A long Exposure captures flames near Seeley McIntosh Road from State Route 299 Near Butterfly Creek Road, east of Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
A long Exposure captures flames near Seeley McIntosh Road from State Route 299 near Butterfly Creek Road east of Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
A long Exposure captures flames near Seeley McIntosh Road from State Route 299.
Mark McKenna
A long exposure captures the flames above the Bigfoot subdivision east of Willow Creek as seen from Seeley McIntosh Road.
Mark McKenna
A fire crew prepares to put water on hot spots and fire backing down the hill to Forrest View Drive in the Bigfoot subdivision near Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
Fire in the understory burned slowly on Monday near Forest View Drive in the Bigfoot Subdivision near Willow Creek.
Mark McKenna
A burned area near Salyer Loop Road.
Mark McKenna
A sign thanking firefighters hangs from a tree on Denny Road near Hawkins Bar.
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Smoke rises from the Six Rivers Lightning Complex as it burns near the Cavaletto Vineyard Estate across the river from State Route 299, just east of Willow Creek.

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