Fire rages carlifonia, destroying properties including lands that could be used for farming, thereby causing destruction to the state of carlifonia in the United States Of America.
More than 2000 (people) have been evacuated from their homes and offices as the wildfire became uncontrollable across California’s wine country.
The unstoppable fire has engaged 10,000 acres of land in Sonoma County and is not yet satisfied.
Meanwhile, the state’s fire protection department says that;
It is being spread and pushed by powerful winds and is moving swiftly south, a California fire spokeswoman said.
This is not the first time this is happening in California, as just last year same thing happened around November and carlifonia is still recovering from it as about a 100 people were destroyed in the incident.
However, the fire is said to be moving swiftly some 75 miles (120km) north of San Frasisco. Also, California
Wind goes off up to 70mph (112km/h) leading it to affect much of the state. The AP news agency reports that; The winds are expected to die down on today but will kick back swiftly up again during the weekend.
More than 900 residents of the town of Geyserville, Sonoma County, have been ordered by the officials to quickly evacuate to avoid lost of lives.
Meanwhile, Many displaced Geyserville residents said they did not have much time to gather their belongings together as they were ordered to move out immediately.
Dwight Monson, one of the residents who were interviewed, told the Los Angeles Times that by the time his family jumped into their cars and headed into the valley below, the flames were already on the far edge of their property.
Officials has also issued An evacuation warning in the nearby town of Healdsburg.
The fire has abruptly spread rapidly due to the very heavy winds in the area
“This fire is moving fast, please pay attention to evacuation orders,” stated the state senator mike.
Close to 180,000 homes are without power after Pacific Gas & Electric shut off power in 15 southern California counties to prevent the risk of any accidental fires or spreading.
The cause of the blaze is not known.
More than 308,000 customers in seven counties, including Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Ventura, are under consideration for power shutoffs, according to the Southern California Edison.
And the state are not left to burn in flames as About 500 emergency responders are tackling the blaze with support from air tankers and helicopters.
The fire is believed to have started in a mountainous area near Kincade Road.