The wildfires in California have burned 2.2 million acres of land; 14,000 workers are working continuously to extinguish the fire
California is burning in a terrible fire. The intensity of the fire is increasing. So far, 2.2 million acres have been burnt. Fire is burning in 25 places.
More than 14,000 fire service personnel are fighting to control the fire. The worst situation is in the foothills of the Sierra Hills, covered in smoke for miles.
More than 200 residents were evacuated by helicopter from a nearby town on Tuesday.
Ten thousand acres in San Diego have been burned by fire.
The state’s Forestry and Fire Protection Department fears the fires could escalate this year.