As the firefighters continue their battle with the Dixie Fire, more and more people are allowed to return home. The fire has burned at least 731,310 acres of land in the Butte, Plumas, Lassen, and Tehama counties. [source]
More evacuation orders have been reduced to warnings, and even some warnings were lifted this week. For example, the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office is now escorting some people to their properties to assess fire damages. [source]
Fire Now 41% Contained
Cal Fire reports the fire is 41% contained as of this morning and has destroyed more than 1,200 structures and homes. [source]
“Its perimeter is 500 miles around that fire, if that gives you an idea of the size and magnitude of fire activity, fire behavior that we’re seeing.” – Tony Scardina, deputy fegional forester with the U.S. Forest Service [source]
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