GUINDA, Calif. – Crews are making progress against a Northern California wildfire that poses a threat to hundreds of buildings, but say, the wind and the dry vegetation can still be the fuel for hell.
California officials said that the fire in the rural provinces in the northwest of the Sacramento and was 25 percent contained as of Wednesday morning. That is 15 percent of the previous day.
It has burned by means of 129 square miles (334 square kilometers) after it ignited Saturday. Some areas are under evacuation orders for the day.
It is one of the huge fires burning in the West of the United States, and the put of a number of Fourth of July plans on hold.