GATLINBURG, Tennessee- The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency has released new information on a raging Sevier County wildfire.

-4 people badly burned

-Westgate Resorts is likely entirely gone (more than 100 buildings)

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PHOTO: Shelby Rhea Gasche‎

-Black Bear Falls has likely lost every single cabin

-Ober Gatlinburg has survived despite reports the owners say.

Dangerous wildfires are still having an impact in Sevier County as local officials ordered evacuations for downtown Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and other parts of the county.

Fire crews are still battling blazes in Sevier County as a heavy layer of smoke settles in many areas of the county.

The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency worked with the Federal Emergency Management Agency last evening to secure a Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) for the Chimney Top Mountain fire, which caused the wildfire outbreak in Sevier County.

Sevier County officials currently estimate about 100 homes impacted in the county with 10 homes impacted in Gatlinburg from the fire.

Approximately 30 structures have been impacted in Gatlinburg, including a 16-story hotel on Regan Drive and the Driftwood Apartments reported fully-involved near the Park Vista Hotel.

State Hwy. 441 heading into Gatlinburg is closed, except for emergency traffic. State Hwy. 441 leaving Gatlinburg is open to evacuating traffic.

Green, McMinn, Sevier County schools will be closed on Tuesday. Cocke County schools run two hours late.