SAN FRANCISCO – Driven by hard winds, extend the natural fires in the north of the Us state of California again.
The fires in Mendocino county, about 150 miles north of San Francisco, have committed to Saturday morning (local time) spread over an area of 81.500 acre. That is, according to the ministry of Forestry and the fire Protection of the state of California, an increase of 34 percent within a day.
In the area the past few days, and 16,000 inhabitants of their house have to leave. The weary firefighters, who are already weeks in the rope to fight the flames, to say “no progress to the fire to push back.”
The last few weeks have been so far six residents of California to life through the fires. In fourteen other U.s. states to rage also natural fires.
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