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Un poderoso incendio forestal en el norte de California incineró a la mayoría de una ciudad de aproximadamente 30,000 personas con llamas que se movieron tan rápido que no había nada que los bomberos pudieran hacer, dijeron las autoridades el viernes. Seis personas murieron, incluidas cinco que fueron encontradas en sus vehículos incendiados.

Solo un día después de que comenzara, el incendio cerca de la ciudad de Paradise había crecido a casi 110 millas cuadradas (280 kilómetros cuadrados) y se estaba quemando completamente fuera de control.

"Realmente no hubo enfrentamientos", dijo el capitán Scott McLean, del Departamento de Bosques y Protección contra Incendios de California, y explicó que las cuadrillas dejaron de atacar las llamas y ayudaron a las personas a salir con vida. "Estos bomberos estaban en modo de rescate todo el día de ayer".

Por un día desesperado, Dawn Johnson esperó ansiosamente las noticias de su padre Richard Wayne Wilson y su esposa, Suzanne, que vivían en un parque de casas rodantes en Paradise que se quemó. La pareja se mudó de Texas a la ciudad de California, hace aproximadamente un año, y probablemente no estaba preparada para los incendios forestales.

Vivían en un parque de casas rodantes en la ciudad de California, y era poco probable que estuvieran equipados para evacuar. Él tiene cáncer en etapa avanzada y ella está mayormente confinada a su cama, dijo.

Johnson, de Independence, Oregon, confió en los miembros de la congregación de los Testigos de Jehová de la pareja para verificar los refugios locales. El viernes por la tarde, supo que habían sido encontrados cerca de Chico.

"Están bien", dijo ella.

https://www.panorama.com.ve/mundo/Fallecen-9-personas-tras-incendio-forestal-en-el-norte-de-California-20181109-0131.html

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