Wildfires in Southern California

May 15, 2014 Events  No comments

Fire Tornado Rips Through San Diego

10366022_758202804213379_7579478243335452706_nThousands of Acres Have Burned in Nine San Diego County, California Wildfires

Dozens of homes and thousands of acres have burned as not one, but nine wildfires ripped through the San Diego County, California landscape.

Universities, attractions like Legoland and tens of thousands of people have been forced to evacuate. Flames moved closer to a nuclear power plant, a military base, as well as commercial and residential areas.

The area has been exceptionally dry after unusually low rainfall and super high temperatures, creating the perfect environment for wildfires to spread.

The blaze started as one wildfire quickly turned into nine, burning over 9,000 acres so far. Although temperatures cooled a bit last night and the winds calmed down, giving firefighters a much needed break.

STAY SAFE Brothers and Sisters fighting HELL on EARTH.

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