The fire has spread to at least three states in the United States. The coastal forests of Oregon, Washington and California are burning at an alarming and unprecedented rate.
Thousands of houses were burnt to ashes in the fire. At least 25 people died. Millions of people are leaving their homes to survive the fire.
Dozens of people are missing in the state of Oregon after a deadly fire, state Governor Kate Brown said.
At least five cities in the state of Oregon have already been reduced to ashes. About 5 lakh residents have shifted to safer places.
In Oregon, firefighters are battling 17 major fires. Forty thousand people have been forced to leave the area.
The Oregon Department of Emergency Management (OEM) says six people have died in the blaze so far. However, state officials have warned that the death toll could rise further.
There have been reports of looting in some areas of Oregon after people left their homes due to the fire.
The Oregon National Guard and Oregon State Police have been tasked with monitoring the situation and preventing looting, Governor Kate Brown said.
He urged the residents to move out of the fire-hit areas to ensure safety.
According to the U.S. National Inter-Agency Fire Center, a total of 4.5 million acres have been burned to ashes in recent weeks, an area larger than the U.S. state of Connecticut.