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Dropping Red Fire Retardant From Planes Is A Waste Of Wild Fire Resources

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Dropping Red Fire Retardant From Planes Is A Waste Of Wild Fire Resources

June 8, 2019 by Steve Conboy

We Can Not Win Over Wild Fires This Way We Need A Proactive Engineered Chemical Break way out in front just drop water to stall the advance to allow the proactive chemical fire breaks to be installed what is burning is lost save what it has not destroy yet.

When will the government step in and embrace and add a proactive wild fire chemical breaks out in front of fire and stop subjecting young firefighters to undo risk? M Fires Clean Fire Inhibitor Can Save Homes and Lives in the 2019 wild fires if they act now. Let the dry hillside and dead forests burn direct resources towards saving lives, homes, wineries, animals with a pro active wild fire breaks with chemistry that will shut down the advance of all fires.

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Death toll hits 31, hundreds missing in record-breaking California wildfires The latest fatalities brought the statewide death toll to 31, after the Woolsey Fire in Southern California killed two people. 20,000-acre wildfire all but destroys Paradise, California "The whole lower side of Paradise is totally engulfed in flames right now ... Not one home will be left standing. I'm devastated."

PG&E shuts off power in parts of Northern California to pre-empt wildfires Some of the wildfires that engulfed California a year ago were caused by downed power lines and damaged electrical equipment. Hot vehicle component caused California's deadly Ferguson Fire "Investigators believe superheated pieces of a catalytic converter came into contact with dry, roadside vegetation," the U.S. Forest Service said.

100,000 acres later, Yosemite's Ferguson Fire declared fully contained The fire shut off access to Yosemite National Park's biggest attractions at the height of the summer season. Firefighter fatality marks first death in California's biggest blaze The state's fire and forestry department said it was "deeply saddened" by the firefighter's death and was investigating the circumstances.

California's Holy Fire prompts evacuation order for 20,000 people A local man was arrested Tuesday on charges that he deliberately set the wildfire. Officials said he previously threatened, "This place will burn." California's biggest wildfire ever, still growing, cancels start of school year Cal Fire pushed projected containment of the 290,000-acre Mendocino Complex of fires off until next month at the earliest.

Mendocino Complex fire is largest wildfire in California history More than 14,000 firefighters are now battling over a dozen major blazes across the state. California wildfires kill eight, burn quarter-million acres in blast furnace weather "Everything is extremely dry. It's like the perfect recipe for a major fire," a fire official said.

Death toll in Northern California's huge Carr Fire rises to six "'Extreme' is not even the right adjective to use anymore. It is just an understatement," a fire official said.

Destructive wildfires race across the U.S. West Firefighters toiled in stifling heat Saturday on the lines of wildfires, making progress against some while struggling to tame others. Weather grants some relief as wildfires burn in West amid heatwave A fire chief in Santa Barbara County said that had people not have left ahead of a new blaze Friday night, there likely would have been deaths.

One person dead as new wildfires sweep through California, burning homes California Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency, citing "extreme peril" to people and property.

Wealthy's use of private firefighters ignites debate in wildfire country "I could care less who owns the house," one firefighter said. "I just want to save as many people as possible." Southern California's Thomas Fire now largest in state history The so-called Thomas Fire burning since Dec. 4 was at 273,400 acres Friday, larger than the Cedar Fire in 2003 that burned 273,246.

Inferno-fanning winds set to return as Thomas Fire close to becoming largest ever in California Firefighters have contained 50 percent of the huge Thomas Fire in Southern California, and expect the blaze to become the largest in recorded state history. Two months later, California wildfire victims begin the long road to rebuilding Fire-ravaged debris still litters many neighborhoods in Northern California, where 44 died and more than 6,000 homes were destroyed in October.

California's wildfire, the state's third largest, now bigger than New York City 'As of this morning, we're at 259,000 acres and still growing,' a fire official said Saturday. PHOTO

California surfers brave wildfire smoke to catch waves Surfers in a California seaside community hit the beach to catch waves, despite smoke-filled skies from a looming wildfire. California coast battles massive wildfire Southern California entered a second week engulfed in flames. The Thomas Fire has destroyed nearly 800 buildings, sending thousands fleeing.

Illegal campfire caused 'Skirball' blaze that torched homes in Bel-Air, officials say An illegal cooking fire at an encampment near a Los Angeles freeway sparked a fast-moving wildfire last week that destroyed homes in tony Bel-Air and closed down a major freeway, authorities said Tuesday. Man who saved rabbit from California wildfires explains his decision Viral sensation, Oscar Gonzales, saves rabbit from blazing Thomas Fire after spotting the small animal on Highway 1 near La Conchita, CA.

California faces 'new normal' of intense wildfires, governor says California Gov. Jerry Brown described the devastation left by the Thomas Fire as "a horror," and said climate change will make fire conditions worse. 1st death in California wildfires reported, firefighters make progress A 70-year-old woman died in a car crash along an evacuation route from the Thomas Fire burning in Ventura County, a coroner's office says.

After new wildfires, why would anyone live in California? Southern California is suffering a wave of wildfires, two months after Northern California suffered the same fate. But many are staying, out of love and habit. Southern California wildfires grow, threatening more homes and wiping out communities Erratic winds are feeding the wildfires, which have blanketed coastal Southern California in thick smoke and blown hot embers onto rooftops.

Wildfire tears through San Diego County A new, out-of-control wildfire roared into life near San Diego, fueled by the hot, dry Santa Ana winds.

New wildfire racing near San Diego adds to California crews' burden California wildfires that have burned 200,000 acres showed little sign of abating as a new fire menaced Camp Pendleton and killed at least a dozen racehorses. Southern California wildfire devours homes as residents escape Ferocious winds in Southern California have whipped up an explosive wildfire, prompting evacuation orders for thousands of homes.

Los Angeles threatened as wildfires spread, forcing thousands to evacuate The Southern California wildfires that have devoured a big swath of Ventura County are now threatening some of Los Angeles' toniest neighborhoods. Thousands flee massive Southern California wildfire The Thomas Fire has already forced 27,000 people to evacuate their homes as the blaze ripped through 55,500 acres.

The New Danger for California Fire Victims: Disaster Relief Fraud Several thousand fraudulent claims for disaster relief have been filed with FEMA, using breached information of California residents in areas hit by wildfires. Fickle Wildfires Mean Some Wineries Reopen While Others Will Take Years to Rebuild In a geographic twist of fate, Northern California's wildfires charred some vineyards and buildings while leaving others almost unscathed.

Southern California Braces for Wildfire Threat Amid Triple-Digit Heat Santa Ana winds and extreme heat mean "the most dangerous fire weather conditions that Southwest California has seen in the past few years," forecasters said. California Doctor Braved Wildfire on Motorcycle to Reach Premature Babies Dr. Scott Witt of Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital used a motorcycle to reach eight premature babies as the Tubbs Fire raged last week. Witt lost his home.

California Fires Destroyed 8,400 Buildings, Evacuees Check Homes Preliminary estimates indicate the fires burning in Northern California caused an excess of $1 billion in damages, and that figure is expected to rise. Firefighters Stop Spread of Some Large Fires in California The number of deaths in the wildfires burning in Northern California has risen to 42, and 50 people remain missing in Sonoma County.

Wine Country Business Owners Worry Wildfires Will Keep Tourists Away California's $110 billion wine industry attracts 23.6 million tourists a year — but locals now worry those tourists will take their dollars elsewhere. Residents of Flame-Ravaged Sonoma Strive for Return to Normal Reminders of the deadly fires that ripped through wine country are virtually everywhere in the Northern California city of Sonoma.

Families Salvage Treasures in the Ashes of Their Homes California residents began the emotional return to their wildfire-ravaged neighborhoods as evacuation orders were lifted.

For California's Vintners, Fires Couldn't Have Come at a Worse Time At least 20 wineries sustained damage, the Napa trade association says. With evacuations still in place, many are just now assessing the damage.

'Scared Beyond Reason': A Sergeant Braves Northern California Wildfire As firefighters battled Northern California's blazes, Sgt. Brandon Cutting recalled racing through fire and embers to grab people from their burning homes.

Thousands of Evacuees Allowed to Return Home as Winds Subside in California Calmer winds offered northern California a slight break from the raging, deadly wildfires even as they continued to burn 217,000 acres, authorities said.

Couple Married 55 Years Jump in Pool to Survive California Fire; She Dies in His Arms A couple jumped into a pool to escape the raging wildfire around them for hours, but it wasn't enough — the husband held his wife as she took her last breath.

Family Finds Beloved Dog Alive After Believed Lost to California Wildfires The Weaver family believed their beloved dog, Izzy, had perished in the California wildfires, but she emerged alive and happy and is now reunited with them.

Interactive Satellite Map Shows Extent of Deadly Wildfires An interactive map, created by Robin Kraft with data from Digital Globe and help from Mapbox, shows Santa Rosa neighborhoods destroyed by the North Bay fires.

High Winds Continue to Fan Deadly Northern California Wildfires Wildfires in California's wine country continued burning Saturday, fanned by increased winds and leaving nearly three dozen dead.

Couple Pulls Off Wine Country Wedding Despite Wildfire Rick Grenis and Bonnie Frazier were determined to have the wine country wedding of their dreams, defying the devastation caused by deadly wildfires.

Northern California Wine Country Wildfires: Death Toll Rises to 35 At least 35 people have died in fires in northern California, including the state's wine country, and thousands of homes and structures have been destroyed.

California Wildfires Emitted a Year's Worth of Car Pollution in Less Than a Week "Some of the air quality readings are-off-the-chart bad. There are people who didn't even have issues before that are experiencing issues now." California's Multimillion-Dollar Pot Farms Are Going Up in Smoke Millions of dollars of pot crops are going up in flames — and because marijuana is still illegal, the farms have no insurance.

Death Toll in California Wildfires Rises to 31; Some Survivors Escaped Just In Time Exhausted firefighters continued to fight the 21 firestorms raging simultaneously across the state's wine country, including Napa and Sonoma counties.

Northern California Wildfires: Emergency Alerts Scrutinized Amid Deadly Blazes 'There was little time to notify anybody by any means,' said state fire agency Chief Ken Pimlott.

'Like an Atom Bomb Hit': Santa Rosa Residents Confront Devastation All that remained in some lots in suburban Santa Rosa, California, were scorched washing machines and ash-covered cars.

From Above, California Wine Town an Ashy Wasteland Aerials show the devastation of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County after wildfires swept through the area.

Fire Weather to Persist as Crews Battle Deadly California Blazes Weather that's exacerbated wildfire conditions will persist for at least two more days, and a fire official said, "It's going to be a long haul."

Northern California Wildfires: Firefighters Continue to Battle Blazes, Hope for Reprieve Authorities continued to struggle with containing the firestorms raging simultaneously across the state's celebrated wine country.

Massive Wildfires Consume Homes Across Northern California More than a dozen wildfires, fed on powerful winds, raged through California wine country.

Wineries at Risk as Wildfires Rage in Northern California The deadly wildfires in California have put the state's prized wineries in peril, destroying at least two and threatening numerous others.

Drought and Heat, Worsened by Humans, Help Fuel California Fires Scientists generally agree that man-made climate change has exacerbated the drought and high temperatures that are fueling California's deadly wildfires.

Northern California Wildfires Claim at Least 15 Lives as More Than 100K Acres Burn Firefighters were counting on cooler weather and weakening winds Tuesday to help in their fight against at least 17 large blazes.

Orange Skies Shroud Disneyland as Wildfires Loom Evidence of of the devastating Californian wildfires in the smoke filled skies over Disneyland in Anaheim

Montana Hopes for Ice to Fight Wildfire Amid Historic, Costly Blaze Montana came to understand the power of ice and fire this week, as it dealt with snowfall and a wildfire at the same time.

National Park Icons Threatened by Wind-Frenzied Wildfires Winds wreaked havoc on wildfires that were pushing the flames toward manmade and natural icons in and around Glacier and Yosemite national parks Monday.

Crews Getting a Grip on Los Angeles' La Tuna Wildfire Cooler temperatures, rain and lighter winds allow 90 percent of the 1,400 people who were evacuated to return home.

Los Angeles La Tuna Wildfire: Evacuations Ended as Crews Make Gains Authorities reported strong progress fighting the La Tuna fire, believed to be Los Angeles' biggest ever.

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