Speech to Text for Evacuations lifted for Camp Fire
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"watching out ley fire says the car went off the road and crashed into a ditch near milepost 39. when crews got there - they say no one was in the car. they flagged the area with yellow tape. they want to remind everyone - if you see a crash with yellow tape around it - 1st responders have been there and you don't need to call 9-1-1. if you don't see the tape - call 9- 1-1. on the fithe wildfire began bacn november eighth and burned more than 153-thousand acres in butte county before being contained 17 days later. but it was not until yesterday that evacuation orders were finally lifted for residents of the town of paradise and other unincorporated areas. state office officials say the cause of the fire remains under investigation. a federal judge has ordered a state utility company to explain any role it played in causing the fire by the end of this year. it's been 38 days since the camp fire began, devastating the town of paradise and left people wondering how they can help... here in the rogue valley over the past two weeks, that has meant donating instruments to the paradise adventist academy band -- an effort headed up by heidi wiggers. newswatch 12's jacob kornhauser was at the game last night where students were given their new instruments. heidi says, "it's been phenomenal, the response of the community. it's just incredible... instruments have come from portland, from walla walla, washington, from the coast and all around the rogue valley." when heidi started the drivethey were looking at