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Fire broke out again in northern California’s Sonoma County, three people died

Northern California's Sonoma County again caught fire due to strong winds on Monday. Many houses were destroyed by the fire and around 70 thousand people were evacuated from here.

Northern California’s Sonoma County again caught fire due to strong winds on Monday. Many houses were destroyed by the fire and around 70 thousand people were evacuated from here. Meanwhile, three people died in another fire incident in the northern region of the province.

California fires in the midst of the Corona epidemic have caused massive devastation across the state. The Governor of the State of California called it the worst tragedy of the year. The Governor has warned that due to the fire in the forests, there may be the highest loss of life and property in the history of the state so far. More than 30.2 lakh acres of land has been destroyed by this fire. According to a Creek Fire incident report, a large number of buildings have been destroyed and many damaged by this fire so far.

The fire broke out in Napa-Sonoma County on Sunday. Three years ago there was a similar fire here, in which 22 people died. Cal Nichols Division chief Ben Nichols said about 68,000 people have been evacuated from Sonoma and Napa counties. There is a fire at about 30 places across the province. The remaining people of the area have also been warned that they too may have to leave. It will be easier to extinguish the fire if the winds are slow.

 

 

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