Fire continues to consume California
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In California, nearly 30,000 hectares of forest have already burned. Certain areas have not burned for 60 years.

The so-called Bobcat fire (means lynx) started to burn on September 6 but is still only under 6% control.

In the video, you can see the flames devouring trees near a picnic area in the forest.

“This fire has been fueled by rugged terrain and dry fuel, which had not been affected by the fire for at least 60 years,” said the National Forest Authority.

In California, tens of thousands of firefighters were trying to control 28 fires on Saturday afternoon, 12. The favorable weather conditions helped to contain part of the fires.

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