California governor declares emergency in five counties due to fire

California governor declares emergency in five counties due to fire

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CALIFORNIA: California Governor Gavin Newsome on Sunday declared a state of emergency in five counties due to wildfires.
The counties included Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, San Bernardino and San Diego, the governor’s office said in a statement late on Sunday.
The announcement was signaled by the Creek Fire that began on Friday night and quickly escalated to a 45,000-acre (18,210 ha) burn in the Fresno area in central California due to evacuations and road closures.
Eight people have died and about 3,300 structures have been destroyed in the last three weeks in forest across the state.
More than 200 people were airlifted to safety overnight after a fast-growing wildfire on the only road beyond the Mammoth Pool reservoir, a popular recreational spot in the Sierra National Forest, California.

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