The Recent Wildfire in California has Claimed 31 Lives

The number of people who have died as a result of the most recent wildfire in Northern California stands at 31. The wildfire is considered the most destructive having destroyed at least 3,500 structures and rendering more than 20,000 people homeless. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection reveals that the fire has destroyed more than 190,000 acres of land.

The Growing Fires in the State of California

Thousands of stubble-faced firefighters who have been sleep-deprived are working day and night to stop the fire that’s burning the state of California. Late on Wednesday, the firefighters with their soot-covered yellow coats were addressed by their superiors who informed them that the fires were first spreading.

Fires Rage Across California

Wildfires have been raging in California's wine country since Sunday, October 8, 2017, and have already claimed more than a dozen lives and many pieces of property.

Wildfire Razes Down Canyons in Southern California

A massive wildfire has engulfed the densely populated suburban canyons of Southern California, sweeping through the edges of residential areas and down to the shoulders of a major highway. Luckily, fast-moving fire response teams were able to establish a control perimeter in Chino Hills, Corona and Anaheim, evacuating over 1,000 people from their homes and minimizing the damage caused.

Modified 747 Could Be the Next Big Tool to Fight Wildfires

This past few summers have seen some of the worst wildfires on record. The recent Detwiler Fire in Mariposa County consumed over 45,000 acres alone. Local residents were evacuated as their homes were threatened by encroaching flames. Recent heat waves and dry conditions make future fires more likely, and firefighters continue to look for ways to stop forest fires before they destroy homes, animal habitats, and people.

Wildfire in California Slowing Down

Residents from rural California are slowly getting used to life after their homes were burnt by wild fires that engulfed the state this summer. A resident known as Steve Valdez who lives in rural California near Yosemite National Park returned to his hardware yesterday despite being homeless at the moment. He says that despite owning the store in a small town, people will depend on his equipment to begin life afresh after the fire.



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