100,000 people evacuated in California due to forest fires


Wildfires in the southern California city of Los Angeles have forced 100,000 people from their homes after a fire swept north of the city.

The network “CNN” America, said today that US officials evacuated 23 thousand homes in the city of its residents; as a result of these fires, and called the Los Angeles police everyone to prepare for the incident.

Forest fires in southern California broke out with winds of up to 60 miles per hour that helped set fire, prompting the forced evacuation of thousands of residents.

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