White House Declares State of Emergency in California[/rtl]
[rtl]Date of release: 2018/11/10 9:07 • 196 times read[/rtl]
(Reuters) - US President Donald Trump has declared a state of emergency in California because of the rapid fire in the region, the White House said in Washington on Saturday.
"Trump has given direct instructions to provide federal aid to local authorities, which in turn must help the victims," the White House said.
Local authorities in northern California said four bodies were found in forest fires, bringing the total to nine deaths, according to local authorities and state emergency committees.
A huge fire in the US state of California appeared like a cyclone that devoured forests, killing dozens of people.
According to American media, the blaze broke out in residential areas and hospitals, schools, buildings and cars were set ablaze, destroying thousands of homes and forcing tens of thousands to evacuate. is over