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California wildfires: Malibu homes burn as death toll climbs to nine

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On Tuesday, a fast-moving camp fires through the forest of Butt County, destroyed the city of heaven and forced thousands of people out. We are collecting information on clearance, shelters and resources.

California wildfires: Malibu homes burn as death toll climbs to nine
California wildfires: Malibu homes burn as death toll climbs to nine

For the latest information on this fire, including the evacuation order and shelter information, go to Butt County Sheriff’s Twitter page or call the Call Fire Public Information Line on 530-538-7826.

Clearance information

Click here for the full map of the clearance area

For the following areas, clearance orders were issued as 8 PM. Friday:

Heaven, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Valley, and Butte Valley
Powellton Zone
Lovelock area
Humbug zone
Stirling Zone, Sterling City and Inkp
Northern coutelenc area
Northern then Haven Zone
Nimusu Zone
Carnegie / color area
South firhaven area
South coutelenc area
Northern pines area
South Pines Zone
Old Magalia Zone
Lower pentz zone
Morgan Ridge Zone
Lower Clark area
Highway 32 on Nicholas City Border
Wit creek road
Centerville Road
Concow
Pulga
Yankee Hill
Skyway to the border of Chico city from lower paradise
Morgan Ridge
West road from Pulga to Faydar river bridge with highway 70
All of Clark Road and Pantz Road, with all Butt Valley from south to highway 70, west to highway 99 and south to highway 149
Shiphipi Road, Highway 149 to Highway 99,
From Cherokee Road to Highway 70 to Lake Auroville from the south to Table Mountain Blvd.
Chico city:

East Of Bruce Road, Between Highway 32 Pre 20th Street
Valley Oaks Subdivision (Beyond Door)
On Friday morning, the Chico Fire Department released a map of evacuation area near Chico:

Chico Firefighters The current map of the evacuation area in the city is going on fire to protect lives and property. Chico PD has warned residents of the affected areas. #CampFire #ChicoFD pic.twitter.com/RdXQjcTf5e

– Chico Fire Department (@ChicoFD) 9th November, 2018
The following evacuation warnings took place as 8 PM. Friday:

Highway 162 to Highway 99 from Highway 149 to 70. (* Extraction from Rajmai Road from 9.29 to 99)
Nopal Road in Highway 32 north of County Line
Highway 99 East to Highway 70 Highway 162 north to Highway 149
Here are the current clearance centers:

Auroville Nazaren Church, 2238 Monte Vista Ave., Auroville, CA 95 9 66 (full)
Chico Elx Lodge, 1705 Manzanita Ave., Chico 95 9 26 (Full)
Neighborhood Church, 2801 Notre Dame Blvd., Chico, CA 95928 (Full)
Butt County Fairgrounds, 199 E Hassle St., Gridley, CA 95 948 (Full)
Uba-Sutter City Fairgrounds, 442 Franklin Ave., Yuba City
Glen County Fairgrounds, 221 E Yolo St., Orland, CA 95 9 63 (Full)
Chester Memorial Hall, 22 Guy Street, Chester
All three animal shelters will stop at 9 PM for the night. They will reopen on Saturday for accepting additional animals at 7 o’clock.

Large animal shelter:

Large animals extracted due to the fire of the camp can be moved to Butt County Fairgrounds, 199 E Hazel St, Gridley, CA 95 948.
If you are unable to take big animals, leave them in open pastures and leave food. Do not Lock ‘
Small animal shelter:

Old County Hospital, 2279 Del Oro and Mono, Suite E, Auroville, CA
Chico Municipal Airport, 150 Airpark Blood, Chico, CA 95 9 73
During removal, take your animals with you to make sure that water, food, bedding and any control device be sure to bring it
The Cal Fire Information Hotline is 530-538-7826. An emergency volunteer center is open in the care emergency center (1398 Ridgewood in Chico). People interested in volunteering can go there or call 530-899-3873

People looking for loved ones are encouraged to check out safeandwell.org and check with family and friends.

Hope Center in Auroville (1950 ktr. Ave stea) is taking donation 8 AM-5 PM. Friday. Need: Warm clothes, shoes, socks, coats (mainly for elderly residents).

If you have been removed for the #Campfireer, please register on the @RedCross Safe & Well website. https://t.co/FngYtoCfgc

The concerned family and friends can also click on the “Search registrar” button to find a list of those who have registered as “safe and sound”.

– Butt County, CA (@CountyofButte) November 8, 2018
more information:

A furious wild fire in Southern California has moved to the beach resort of Maliuba – many Hollywood stars, except for burning buildings and leaving the residents to escape.

Further north, another massive wild fire destroyed the city of heaven, in which nine people were killed and 35 disappeared.

Altogether, there are three major fire burning across the state.

There are thousands of Oaks out of the towns under evacuation orders, where a gunman killed 12 people in an attack on Wednesday.

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Officials say Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire and Hill in the North

More than 250,000 people have been evacuated in areas

Mark Gillarducci of the California Governor’s Office said, “The magnitude of fire destruction is incredible and hearty.”

Where is Woolsey Fire?
Around 40 miles (64 km) north-west of central Los Angeles, thousands of Oaks were set on fire, another fire broke out, The Hill Fire, at the same time, started near thousands of oaks. Hui.

Media Caption ‘How much can this city tolerate? ‘- Fatal forest fires hit thousands of oaks, where 12 people were killed in a massive shooting
On Friday, the fire left Highway 101 by jumping in coastal areas, now includes about 35,000 acres (14,150 hectare) area.

City officials said in a statement, “The fire is now getting out of control in Malibu’s populated areas and moving forward.”

“All residents should be evacuated immediately.”

Malibu and nearby Calabasas are home to many celebrities.

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Hawaii footage shows that the race for the hills is increasing towards the houses left in Malibu
On Instagram, reality television star Kim Kardashian urged people to “pray for Calabasas”.

“Just landed back and there was an hour to pack and remove our house.”

Her husband, rapper Kanya West, said that her family was “safe”.

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The singer Cher, who performed in Las Vegas, tweeted that he was worried about his Malibu house.

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Friends burnt the house
I could not bear the name of Malibu since 1972

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Singer Lady Gaga said that she had vacated her house in Malibu, posted a video on Instagram, in which the dark smoke was in turmoil.

Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro tweeted that he had evacuated his “Blake House” museum behind the fantasy and horror memorabilia collections.

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Fire also destroyed one of the TV series Westworld.

Where is the campfire?
In the north of Sacramento, 20,000 acres (8,100 hectares) of fire started on Thursday in the Plumas National Forest and soon surrounded the city of Paradise. Over 6,700 homes and businesses were destroyed and residents took part in their lives. The fire went so fast that some of their cars were abandoned and ran away from the city.

The Butte County Sheriff Kori said in a news conference on Friday that the remains of five victims were found in or near the burn-out cars. Found three others

Media caption camp has been thrown away by strong winds and dry forests
He said that another 35 people were missing and three firefighters were injured.

“This event was the worst scenario scenario,” he said. “It was an incident that we feared for a long time.”

The survivor county supervisor Doug Teetter said that the defendants used bulldozer to push the cars out of the road in the hospital and the fire was taken to remove the patients.

State forestry and fire protection spokesman Scott McLean said, “Nothing stands.”

Driving through the walls of flame
The BBC’s James Cook in Northern California

Powered by hot desert winds, forest fire runs in heaven, which eats up to 80 football pitches in a minute.

The city sits on a ridge and the streets are out!”This event was the worst scenario scenario,” he said. “It was an incident that we feared for a long time.”

The survivor county supervisor Doug Teetter said that the defendants used bulldozer to push the cars out of the road in the hospital and the fire was taken to remove the patients.

State forestry and fire protection spokesman Scott McLean said, “Nothing stands.”

Driving through the walls of flame
The BBC’s James Cook in Northern California

Powered by hot desert winds, forest fire runs in heaven, which eats up to 80 football pitches in a minute.

The city sits on a ridge and the roads are out of traffic because 27,000 people tried to flee, many are driving through the walls of the flame

Some motorists abandoned their cars and fled to their lives with children and pets in their hands.

Resident is now

Fire officials have issued clearance notices for parts of the city of Chico for 93,000 people in the north of Sacramento.

There are currently 16 active fire in the three Blaze California, the authorities have placed Northern California under the Red Flag warning, which means “Extreme fire behavior” can occur within 24 hours.

This area has struggled with severe forest fires in recent years, in which the worst in history – in 2018 Mendocino fire is involved.

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