Out-of-control Caldor Fire in Northern California triples in size in 24 hours: Thousands evacuated, dozens of homes destroyed and “perfect combination” for it to spread further

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Caldor fire is burning out of control in Northern California. Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

Thousands are evacuating from Northern California as the Caldor Fire has tripled in size in 24 hours, charring nearly 50,000 acres and destroyed dozens of homes… And now, officials are warning of conditions creating a “perfect combination” for it to spread further.

The Caldor Fire continued to experience unprecedented fire behavior and growth due to extremely dry fuels pushed by the south west winds,” the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) said of the El Dorado County inferno.

In their latest update on fighting the fire, fire officials said a “red flag warning” has been extended through tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service. Red flag warnings are issued “for weather events which may result in extreme fire behavior that will occur within 24 hours.

Dry conditions and wind have created a “perfect combination” for the fire to spread.

A satellite video posted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows the quick growth of the fire.

Fire officials said the fire grew 47,200 acres in just 24 hours.

Governor Gavin Newsom previously declared a state of emergency in El Dorado County in response to the growing flames.

Evacuation orders for numerous areas like Grizzly Flat, Perry Creek and Hawk Haven have been issued as the fire has spread and destroyed property, including dozens of homes, an elementary school, a post office, and multiple other buildings, according to officials.

At least two people have been injured, both having to be airlifted to hospitals.

Thousands have already been evacuated, according to a Wednesday update from state emergency services.

The fire began on Saturday, but the origins remain unknown.

Many have been taking to social media to post the destruction the fire has left in areas and the conditions in highly affected areas, such as Mormon Emigrant Trail.

The fire has led to the emergency closure of the El Dorado National Forest through the end of September. [RT, LA Times]

And California will soon have no water in its reservoirs… Watch this great trailer about the consequences of the current megadrought on our societies:

More deadly fires ahead… We are in a weather war!

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  1. “More deadly fires ahead… We are in a weather war!” You got that right–geoengineering aka weather warfare is accelerating the drought and other weather craziness yet everyone ignores it! www dot geoengineeringwatch dot org

  2. Not everything can be blamed on the arrogant governor of California. But millions in missing paychecks, millions of people bankrupted because he continues to close their small businesses, crime through the roof and supporting a district attorney, (not his district) who allows hard criminals and murderers out of jail? Hundreds of thousands of acres(an acre is a football field) forests destroyed? And then he makes a deal with the people responsible for those fires that benefits him? Come on!! Larry Elder is a start. Get rid of arrorgant Newsom.

    • Once upon a time California was great place, but the influx of lieberal imbeciles, satanists, and perverts ruined it. Once God Almighty starts taking aim, those people are doomed. It’s only a matter of time.

      I’m sure you saw the lightning bolt his the brick façade with St. Floyd’s face painted on it? Bricks don’t conduct electricity. That was an example of what is headed that way.

  3. Perhaps the fires are burning out residents, so their property can be bought, and gold can be mined?

    Also, August brings those santa ana winds to accelerate fires to spread rapidly.


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