The fire may also be responsible for the death of a Shasta County man who was found burned to death inside his home. The Shasta County Sheriff's Department is investigating the matter, the Los Angeles Times said.
The fire began Sept. 9 about 10 miles outside of Redding, Calif., Cal Fire officials said. It spread quickly due to high winds, hot temperatures and dry conditions. A total of 68 homes and 128 outbuildings were destroyed. Five other homes and 10 other outbuildings were damaged.
Mandatory evacuation orders in the area were lifted over the weekend.