Melted sign remains on shore of Whiskeytown Lake in northern California following the 2018 Carr fire. The fire started in July 2018 by a disabled vehicle. It burned completely around Whiskeytown Lake and burned 229, 651 acres in Shasta and Trinity Counties before it was 100% contained on August 30. It destroyed at least 1, 604 structures and damaged 277 others. Whiskeytown Lake ''glory hole'' is an overflow drain not the same as a spillway but is available to prevent overflow from excess water behind the dam.
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Photographer: Howard Stapleton
Credit Line: Howard Stapleton AGE
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