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Destruction after fire in California


The fire, which has been happening for a few month in the US state of California, left an awesome destruction behind.

The flames, which unfold quickly with the impact of the wind, made it troublesome for the firefighters to intervene and rendered homes and automobiles unusable.

THE TOWN IS TURNED TO ASH

The fire, generally known as “Dixie”, affecting Lassen County, California, utterly destroyed the historic city of Greenville in the northwest of the state, which is dwelling to greater than 800 individuals.

TENS OF BUILDINGS DESTROYED

Within the ensuing photos, it was seen that many buildings turned unusable. It was recorded that the variety of destroyed buildings was greater than 180.

Support containers ready for the residents of Crescent Mills village affected by the fire have been distributed. Then again, it was shared that the fire in the village continues to be intervened by the firefighters.

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