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Thread: Fires across California have killed 23 people in the north and forced 20,000 people

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    Fires across California have killed 23 people in the north and forced 20,000 people

    Reduced to ashes: Shocking aerial images capture the devastation wrought by California wildfires as the death toll rises to 23 with nearly 300 MISSING and 20,000 forced to flee their homes

    • Fires across California have killed 23 people in the north and forced 20,000 people to evacuate their homes
    • New photos show the apocalyptic destruction in the area, where ash snows down on devastated communities
    • Around 285 people are still unaccounted for and some 3,500 buildings have been destroyed by the blazes
    • A series of fires that flared up north of San Francisco on Sunday are among the deadliest in the state's history
    • In Southern California, most evacuation orders were lifted after a fire destroyed 14 buildings, mostly homes


    Ash that resembles snow covers streets and houses in Northern California in overhead images that make clear the devastating destruction caused by wildfires that have been ripping through the area since Sunday night- burning through more than 170,000 acres of land.

    Photos taken on Wednesday show the huge plumes of smoke rising from communities ravaged by the fires across California, which have killed 23 people so far in the north and left nearly 300 unaccounted for - as an additional 20,000 across the state have been told to evacuate their homes.
    Three days after the fires began firefighters were still unable to gain control of the blazes which have left behind apocalyptic scenes: entire neighborhoods reduced to ash, 3,500 homes and businesses completely destroyed, and some of the worst air pollution the area has ever seen.
    Firefighters started to contain the blazes earlier in the week - before gusts of 20 to 40mph winds and extremely dry conditions joined forces on Wednesday, threatening to spread the flames even further.
    Among the tens of thousands of properties that have been damaged are Napa's wineries, causing wine to flow life a river under smoldered debris after escaping charred barrels.
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    Ash that resembles snow covers streets and houses in Northern California in overhead images that make clear the devastation caused by wildfires that have been ripping through the area since Sunday night- burning through more than 170,000 acres of land

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    Photos taken on Wednesday show the huge plumes of smoke rising from communities ravaged by the fires across California, which have killed 23 people so far in the north and nearly 150 are unaccounted for, and forced 20,000 across the state to evacuate their homes

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    Pictured is one of the communities that was destroyed in the fires, which started on Sunday and have yet to be fully contained

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    Satellite images using a Very Near Infrared show the damage form the wildfire - with healthy vegetation appearing read and the burn scar dark brown

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    Satellite imaging shows the huge devastation caused by the wildfires in northern California. This infrared imaging shows damage in brown, and healthy devastation in red

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    On Wednesday Cars of evacuees raced away from the flames while countless emergency vehicles raced toward them, sirens blaring. Pictured is an inmate crew headed to clear brush on Wednesday

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    More than 3,500 homes and businesses were ruined in the fires. A car destroyed by the Tubbs Fire sits on the street on Wednesday as people are just now being allowed back into the area

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    Three days after the fires began, firefighters were still unable to gain control of the blazes that had turned entire Northern California neighborhoods to ash and destroyed at least 3,500 homes and businesses and polluted air quality in the region

    Among the dead are a married couple, aged 100 and 99, who were unable to evacuate in time. A deaf-blind woman is also believed to be among the dead.
    On Wednesday more than 20,000 had been ordered to evacuate their homes. They were told they should bring 'ready-to-go' bags packed with medicines and important documents in case they have to flee quickly or, once the flames subside, don't have a home to go back to.
    Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency for Napa, Sonoma, Yuba, Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Nevada and Orange counties and requested a presidential major disaster declaration to help battle at least 18 blazes burning throughout the state.
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    This is so sad to see.

    False News
    is started by haters
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    and accepted by fools.




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