Apocalyptic Landscape In South California. Global Warming Causes Massive Wildfires

Apocalyptic Landscape In South California. Global Warming Causes Massive Wildfires


Dozens of people and hundreds of buildings are victims of global warming. The flames continue to expand.

The first fire appeared Monday night in Santa Paula, Ventura County, California, and spread overnight, presently covering over 50,000 acres. 27,000 people were forced to leave their homes.

The next day the authorities confirm that “things got out of control“.

Three more fires broke out on Tuesday

One took place in Los Angeles, covering over 11,000 acres and destroying more than 30 homes. The second, in San Bernardino, causing the injury of 3 people. And the third occurred near Santa Clarita. Here, the extent of the fire was about 5,000 acres, which resulted in the evacuation of several buildings and schools.

The causes are not yet elucidated, but specialists strongly believe that global warming is the main factor.

“Flames are very dangerous and spread rapidly,” said Jerry Brown, the California governor.

Astronaut Randy Bresnik was asked if he can see the flames from space. “Unfortunately we can” was his answer.

One person lost his life in an accident as he tried to escape the flames. At the same time, thousands of houses have been left without electricity.

In Los Angeles, on Wednesday morning, 50,000 acres of vegetation were completely destroyed. The Getty Museum and the University of Los Angeles campus are close to the area where fires have spread.

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