A breath of relief for the habitats of the US west coast. Firefighters are hoping to bring the week-long raging fire under control over the weekend. the Orange County fire department said in a statement, the 10,000-acre (4,000-ha) fire raging near Anaheim was nearly 75% contained by early Friday.
The blaze was ignited by remnants of a control burn several days ago. It was from then, some 2,000 firefighters battling the blaze ignited by remnants of a control burn several days ago. It is by Sunday night, firefighters said they hoped to fully contain the fire in the Cleveland National Forest, a fire department spokesman Stephen Miller informed.
“It’s the first time there was no increase in acreage,” a fire department spokesman Stephen Miller said.
Via: BBC News