This drone video was uploaded by the Sacramento Bee newspaper and shows the devastation caused by the Carr fire which plowed through Shasta County and is similar to one posted after last year’s firestorm which roared through Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood and other parts of Sonoma County and surrounding areas. The Bee’s video by Randall Benton, posted Aug. 4, shows the town of Keswick and a nearby neighborhood that was destroyed by the wildfire. Click to see here the VIDEO: Devastated Coffey Park neighborhood as seen from the air. Several comments on the video refer to last year’s fatal firestorm, that killed a total of 44 people in Northern California and destroyed more than 6,400 homes. As of Aug. 13, the Carr fire has burned more than 202,000 acres, destroyed 1,077 residences and killed at least seven people.