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80,000 Homes Threatened By Wild Fires And Santa Ana Winds Today

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80,000 Homes Threatened By Wild Fires And Santa Ana Winds Today

October 28, 2019 by Steve Conboy Wild Fire Crisis Needs Proactive Chemicals

We need Washington involved now this is like a war these are real families that need our help we need all Fire Experts to be free to share new fire elimination plans we new chemistry and new test results that could help defend those communities now. If the red fire retardant is so great why is this community not reed and saved where are all those planes?

We need ground vehicles in communities spraying clean safe fire inhibitor chemistry so these communities can not be consumed like this. If M fire can spray raw lumber and hit it with fuel and it can not burn just think of what it could do now to save communities. Water is not going to save anything we need chemistry involved now.

Can Pho’s-chek do this? See video or Can Pho’s-chek do this ?

If Phos- chek can not defend like M Fire can than someone should be help responsible now and its not PG&E We are buying Pho’s-chek this week and doing a series of testing on it to see what it can really do to defend.

Firefighters grappling with two major infernos across California have another nightmare to worry about: a new wildfire in Los Angeles.

As the Kincade Fire and the Tick Fire continued to burn, the Getty Fire broke out Monday morning on the west side of the 405 Freeway in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. The area affected by the Getty Fire is known for its celebrities and high-value homes. The LA Department of Water and Power (LADWP) said 2,600 customers are without power in parts of BelAir, Westwood, and Brentwood. NBA star LeBron James was among the many residents who evacuated. Mandatory evacuations are in place for parts of the area. Students at Mount Saint Mary's University, a private all-women's Catholic school near UCLA, were among those evacuated, the university tweeted.

Farther north near the San Francisco Bay area, the Kincade Fire forced nearly 200,000 people out of their homes. And a power shutoff has left about a million in the dark across Northern California. The utility company behind the shutoff said some customers may remain without power until Thursday, following another possible planned outage later this week. The fire's flames were fanned by what Gov. Gavin Newsom called a "historic" wind event, adding "fire weather conditions are unprecedented due to the scale, scope, wind speed and dry fuel conditions." "We are deploying every resource available, and are coordinating with numerous agencies as we continue to respond to these fires," he said in a statewide emergency declaration. "It is critical that people in evacuation zones heed the warnings from officials and first responders." The Kincade Fire in Sonoma County has so far scorched more than 54,000 acres and destroyed nearly 100 structures. It was only 5% contained late Sunday, officials said, down from 10% over the weekend. Driven by hurricane-force winds, the fire grew at a rate of one football field every three seconds when it first ignited on Wednesday, CNN's meteorologist Brandon Miller said. Winds had slowed Sunday night but were still strong, reaching up to 25 mph around Napa, Vacaville and Santa Rosa while gusts reached 35 mph. The highest gust across the county Sunday was 93 mph, forecasters said. Powerful winds will continue into Monday morning before getting weaker, CNN meteorologist Michael Guy said.

The new, potentially widespread, strong and dry wind event is forecast for Today through midday Wednesday for Northern California, according to PG&E now included So Cal LA.

Due to the predicted extreme weather conditions, PG&E said it's considering proactively turning off power for safety to 1.5 million customers

Portions of counties that may be impacted include, but are not limited to now LA with new brush fires.

Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Kern, Lake, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo, Yuba We need Washington involved now this is like a war these are real families that need our help we need all Fire Experts to be free to share new fire elimination plans we new chemistry and new test results that could help defend those communities now. If the red fire retardant is so great why is this community not reed and saved where are all those planes?

We need ground vehicles in communities spraying clean safe fire inhibitor chemistry so these communities can not be consumed like this. If M fire can spray raw lumber and hit it with fuel and it can not burn just think of what it could do now to save communities. Water is not going to save anything we need chemistry involved now. Can Pho’s-chek do this? https://youtu.be/VtwEV9iykmY Can Pho’s-chek do this ? https://youtu.be/7S1SdT19_f4 If Phos- chek can not defend like M Fire can than someone should be help responsible now and its not PG&E We are buying Pho’s-chek this week and doing a series of testing on it to see what it can really do to defend.

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