California winds continued on Tuesday after trees fell, extinguished forest fires and cut off electricity to nearly 21,000 customers in the northern and central regions.
Due to the dry, windy weather, red flag warnings about dangerous fire conditions in mountains, valleys, canyons and deserts continued. As of Tuesday evening, wind speeds will reach 40 miles per hour and wind speeds will reach 112 miles per hour.
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Net gas and electricity Power outages for about 21,000 customers Forest fires have been extinguished in 20 counties in central and northern California to reduce the risk of power line collapses.
PG&E equipment has been blamed for a fire that engulfed much of Radis City in Butte County in 2018. Comic filed for bankruptcy and pleaded guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter. PG&E is also facing a number of criminal charges for fires whose equipment is obsolete, including murder charges related to a forest fire near Redding that killed four people last year.
There were at least half a fire around the state on Monday. Many remained small, but in the western part of Santa Barbara, on the Los Angeles coast, the fire quickly spread to thousands of acres. The fire burned in a strong fire in the area of ranches, canyons and rivers.
The fire forced El Capitan State to evacuate camps, livestock and barns near Refugio State Beach, and the U.S. 101 – the only highway along the coast – was closed as the fire shifted from the south to the ocean. This was announced by spokesman Andrew Madsen.
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On the central coast of California Forestry and Fire Protection, a tree fell on power lines in San Simon, setting a small fire in the brush. A strong wind in the coastal city of El Granada in San Mateo County knocked down a tree, destroyed three cars and damaged a home, CalFire said. However, there is no information about the victims.
Windy weather — hot waves and climate change — is a nightmare for state firefighters whose historic drought has dried up forests and bushes. Fires that started in late summer are still burning after destroying hundreds of homes.
The fires, known as the KNP complex in Sierra Nevada, may have burned hundreds of large sequos in the forests of the Sequoia National River and contained only 30% of them. On Monday, a firefighter with a fire crew commander hit a round rock. The firefighter was taken to hospital by plane and his condition is stable, firefighters said.
The National Weather Service said dust was widespread from the Sacramento Valley, along the San Joaquin Valley and into the High Desert Antelope Valley north of Los Angeles. Caltrans said State Route 138 and State Route 13 near Lancaster, near the Antelope Valley, were closed due to a dust storm and several overturned trucks blocking the road.