The brush fire was halfway in the San Francisco Bay Area

The brush fire was halfway in the San Francisco Bay Area

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San Francisco: According to Cal Fire officials, brush fires have halved in Santa Clara County, California.
On Sunday, Cal Fire officials said the blaze, called a park fire, set fire to 343 acres east of Morgan Hill in the Bay Area’s Santa Clara County, reported Xinhua.
By 11.30 am on Sunday, this accumulation had reached 50 per cent. The fire has forced residents to evacuate near Anderson Lake County Park, and the cause has not been determined.
According to news from the CBC San Francisco Bayre, the Park Fire was fought by at least 20 vegetation and structure blazes by Santa Clara County firefighters late Saturday.
Between 7 pm. And midnight, officials said they responded to 67 fire calls with a peak coming around 9 am.
In total, there were 10 structure fires and 27 vegetation blazes. At least 16 blasts occurred during the July fireworks. There were more than a dozen fireworks throughout the city in San Francisco.
One of the largest was a four-acre explosion in Mlekaran Park, which was halted as it approached several neighborhood homes.
Fire officials reported more than 20 fires during Saturday evening, including grass fires and structure fires.


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