VIDEO: Firefighters battle huge California wildfire stretching 44,000 acres
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Firefighters are frantically battling a huge wildfire in California that has grown rapidly to 44,000 acres in what is the state’s largest blaze this year.
The Walker Fire is currently burning in Plumas National Forest about 150 miles north of Sacramento.
The article goes on to state the following:
Fire crews said on Monday that the wildfire is only 10 percent contained. The blaze broke out last Wednesday in the remote mountainous terrain. It exploded on Friday and spread 15,000 acres in just a matter of hours.
— Rachel Wulff (@rachelwulff) September 10, 2019
We have also sent a Task Force Leader to the Walker Fire out in Plumas County. This is the largest wildifire in CA this fire season, and is now over 44,000 acres with 7% containment. Our task force leader joins 825 other personnel who remain assigned. pic.twitter.com/kAcnHz71yu
— Humboldt Bay Fire (@HumboldtBayFire) September 9, 2019
Firefighters frantically battle huge California wildfire that has spread rapidly to 44,000 acres https://t.co/PPC9go53ks
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) September 10, 2019
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