President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit the Wildfire Command Center on Monday and meet with California Governor Gavin News as the death toll from 100 wildfires looted in most parts of the west At least 35 were born.
Firefighters struggled in their intense battle to cope with heavy winds and low humidity. Meteorologist Dan Borsam said strong south winds and low humidity on Monday would create fire-lit weather conditions across the region. He said conditions could improve slightly on Tuesday.
Borsam added that air quality in the region will not improve until October.
Two more deaths have been reported in California, with the death toll rising to 24 Reported in Oregon One in Washington state after a fire broke out a month ago in a drought situation.
Some people are missing and unfamiliar homes have been destroyed.
‘Everything went well’: Fire, smoke destroyed families, Reagan families, workers, homeless
Trump, quiet on fire, pay a visit today
President Donald Trump, out in the West for campaign funding and a series of rallies, will meet with California government Gavin News and visit the Fire Command Center in Sacramento County today, where he will be briefed by local and federal fire and emergency officials, the White House said. Trump did not say much about the fire on Twitter or in his public appearances, although he thanked firefighters in a tweet on Friday and indicated that financial help was ongoing. Last month he threatened to withhold federal money.
“I see wildfires starting again,” he said at an August rally in Pennsylvania. They are resuming in California. I said, you have to clear your floors, you have to clear your forests. … “Maybe we just have to pay them because they don’t listen to us.”
Seven are missing in the northern complex fire
In California, Butte County Sheriff Corey Honia announced that more than two people had been killed in the northern complex fire, bringing the death toll to 14. Honia said seven people are missing, but his office has a “lead” on all of this. More than 160 people listed as once missing are located, he said. The fire, which burned more than 400 square miles in Butte and Plumms counties, was listed as 26% of the content Monday. The blaze, about 80 miles north of Sacramento, has been burning for about a month.
Suspended reg Reagan Fire Marshal explains why he left
State Fire Marshal Jim Wal Wal Kare tells a restless employee that he did the fur Eventually leading to his resignation. An employee was concerned about a relative who lived in an area where four people have been killed since a Beacon Creek fire broke out in the area a week ago. So, on Thursday night, a member of the tax and event management team explored the valley through the black and ga ense smoke. All but one had an account. The next day Walker, who reports to state Superintendent of Police Travis Hampton, was placed on paid leave.
“Their point is … you’re using your position or your job to get into that area,” he said. “As per the need to provide firefighters on the ground, I see that I cannot work in good faith in a system that is not supportive.”
– Claire Wycombe, Salem Statesman Journal
‘I never imagined this’: At least 35 people were killed as about 100 Wildfire RAge
Fire stops in Sequoia National Park on Gasway City
A section of Sequoia National Park was closed Such as the Sequoia Complex Fire, the gateway city to the park, threatens three rivers. Three Rivers at the foot of the Sierra Nevada at the foot of the San Joaquin Valley is a city of more than 2,000 people.
“Our number one priority is public and employee safety. Acting Superintendent Lee Taylor said it is crucial to take care of our staff and our gateway community of three rivers. “With the partial closure of this partial tial park, we aim to reduce the possible migration complexity of the Three Rivers community by reducing the number of visitors to the area.”
– Cheyenne N. Romero and James Ward, Visalia Times-Delta
There are 29 major fires burning in California alone
Cal Cal Fire has provided a terrific update on the state’s wildfires. More than 16,750 firefighters are battling 29 major wildfires in California. Since the beginning of the year, the state has burned more than 3.3 million acres of wildlife, a larger area than the state of Connecticut. Since Aug. 15, when California fire activity increased amid thousands of lightning strikes in parked forests and brushes, more than 4,100 buildings have been destroyed.
Contributing: The Associated Press
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