Firefighters struggling to exhaust California wildfire

Embers from a wildfire smolder along a California road on Wednesday. (NOAH BERGER/AP)—California: Firefighters are struggling to take control the massive blaze in east of Los Angeles. The massive fire stopped the access and way out of Sourthern California’s busy island and ports for more than two days.

The fire was spotted on Tuesday and it covered more than 31,600 acres till Thursday afternoon, official informed to international media. More than 1,500 firefighters were struggling to exhaust the fire that caused more than 82,000 people evacuated. Water tanks and choppers are bombarding the water to the flames.

Country fire spokesman Eric Sherwin informed that the new data represents a big step ahead in the firefight. He also warned of more evacuation. Fire authorities indicated there were massive property losses but due to release a tally.

Published on: August 19, 2016 6:28 pm

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