The President of the United States has declared a state of emergency in California due to the fire that has affected the region since Monday and has already led to the withdrawal of 38,000 people.
Donald Trump declared a state of emergency in California on Saturday. The fire that has hit the region since Monday has forced 38,000 people to be taken out of that state.
The President of the United States has ordered the federal government to provide additional assistance, according to a White House statement. High temperatures, dry weather and strong winds provided the fire, which burned a surface of more than 32,000 hectares and killed two people – a firefighter and a heavy machinery operator.
In Shasta County, flames destroyed 500 buildings and caused damage in another 75.
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