Two fires that burned close to each other in Mendocino County destroyed buildings and demanded extensive evictions on Sunday, officials said.
The Mendocino complex consists of the fireplaces of the ranch and the river. The fires started on Friday and burned about 120 miles southwest of Redding, which is near the massive Carr Fire that killed six people on Sunday afternoon.
The Ranch Fire, which burns northeast of Ukiah, has reached 13,242 acres and is contained at 5 percent. It has destroyed four houses and an outbuilding, according to Cal Fire.
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On Sunday, the Lake County Sheriff Office and Lakeport Police Department issued a mandatory evacuation order for the City of Lakeport unincorporated areas of Lakeport.
Subsequent evacuation orders issued on Sunday include: Western Lake County: west of Lucerne at Bartlett Springs Road and Highway 20, south of the fire, east of the fire, north of the Lake Sonoma County Line, including The communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Lakeport, Witters Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley and Saratoga Springs.
An evacuation report was issued on Sunday for the Kelseyville and Finley areas.
Sutter Lakeside Hospital says it must be evacuated.
"For the second time in two days, Sutter Lakeside Hospital is fulfilling an emergency order to evacuate the hospital," the press release said Sunday. "The staff has one inpatient and seven emergency patients discharged or transferred to a hospital in the area."
Seven firefighters were injured as they fought the fires, authorities said Saturday. Four were treated for heat-related illnesses, according to SF Gate.
The Associated Press contributed coverage.