New fire outbreak has caused more evacuations across Southern California as neighborhoods in San Diego County went up in flames.Six large fire outbreaks have claimed many acres in California this week, according to the state Department of Forestry and Fire Protection or Cal Fire.Nearly 6,000 firefighters are currently working to curtail these large wildfires in Southern California.
These large wildfires have forced nearly 200,000 people out of their homes, with many having to leave without any of their property.According to metrologist, dry air and very strong winds are weather forecast for the region through Sunday, which might increase the fires.Residents are advised to evacuate the area, even if they don’t reside in areas affected by the fire outbreak
The President of the United States Donald Trump has declared a state of emergency in Southern California due to large fire outbreaks and ordered the Department in Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency to assemble in various parts of the state affected by the wildfire.
The Lilac in San Diego started on Thursday and made an advancement of 4,100 in a few hours.Evacuation centers have been erected in the areas affected by this disaster.
Several developments have occurred in the state since wildfire outbreak, nearly 20,000 customers in northern part of San Diego are short of power supply, schools in the affected areas have also been shut down for a while now.