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Reinforcements arriving to help in deadly California fires

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Reinforcements arriving to help in deadly California fires

"Reinforcements are arriving to help in the deadly California wildfires with as many as two dozen large blazes and many smaller ones raging across the state cal fire is lit round says at least ten states are sending a quick minute and firefighters are working sometimes forty eight to ninety six hours and that's why we need those resources to come in so they can come off the line she says so far they've got a hundred and fifteen thousand evacuations and nine hundred and fifteen thousand acres have burned it is quite unusual that we were to have this type of fire season it hasn't been like this since nine ad two thousand eight in nineteen eighty seven the weather is not helping we had an intense heat wave with the dry thunderstorms that have come through they just haven't produced any rain for us but they have because that dry lightning which is caused quite a few these fires that same lightning is in store for next week stoking fears of more fires I'm Julie Walker

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Record-breaking heat wave fueling wildfires in the West

NBC Nightly News

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Record-breaking heat wave fueling wildfires in the West

"Tonight across the west and extreme heat wave fueling the fire season in California outside of Los Angeles the lake fire reaches on burning nearly fifteen thousand acres more than forty five hundred structures threatened hundreds of activated residents on edge by got everything packed in my car ready to go case it gets comes this way again, firefighters not only battling the inferno but also angry livestock. Ferdinand the bull chasing first responders.

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North Rim of Grand Canyon closed as Magnum fire burns

Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

North Rim of Grand Canyon closed as Magnum fire burns

"A wildfire in northern Arizona is forcing the closure of a portion of Grand Canyon national park the park's north rim is closed until further notice due to the magnum fire which has torched nearly fifteen thousand acres of the Grand Canyon well other wildfires continue burning across Arizona the cause of the blaze under investigation the Grand Canyon national park website listed the south rim as

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jim cross joins us and I I've been watching your tweets Jim over the weekend well actually most of the summer about the lack of activity on the monsoon and I want to start their first the storm that occurred yesterday it it kind of came out of no where I'm looking at my phone and I get this alert about a severe thunderstorm warning think and what and after it happened it was just a lot of women a little bit of rain I thought I wonder if that's it no more monsoon because I mean it's really possible that that was probably its farewell performance right house with us once and right now for it what point four one inches less than a half inch for the entire month soon it's not the worst we've ever how that's gonna always be for now nineteen twenty four but we're six tenths of an inch above that blessed to have a lot of promise when it came in but they had just turned into basically a big went about forty to fifty mile an hour winds love one does not much in the way of rain and half inch out east of a gold canyon some parts of westerners on actually did see some days rain southern California but it economist as trace of the airport that's at the end I guess if you're looking for silver linings so to speak and all this the lack of storm activity the lightning strikes and gusty winds it's kind of cut down on the amount of fires this summer hasn't it yeah the problem is we had well we're in such a dry monsoon is again I most of the state flags at just over an inch of rain and they should be well over five by now while lightning strikes would have started quite a few fires now they've been able to get on on quickly with burned up over three hundred and ten or fifteen thousand acres this year which is more than twice were burned last year so hopefully the you know hopefully this fall I mean it could it could turn white again I mean last year we had those remnants from those two hurricanes that came in and gave us the widest October in Phoenix history and that's right hoping for a repeat no Gary. David this is been a really really bad monsoon from rainfall standpoint gal it absolutely has Jim cross KTA our senior reporter joining us and now we cannot turn our attention to the drive home this afternoon I know you've been talking with DPS an eight dot and obviously the the biggest concern area in terms of volume of traffic it's going to be I seventeen south bound yeah that looks to be the one of most concern that that always loads up southbound seventeen when people return home for the holidays Missy and more activity on the other freeways delight and also on beeline highway eighty seven but seventeen is always the big one yeah and the beeline it's a great alternative but you also have to remember it's a day much more winding highway than I seventeen can be so it's going to pose it you've got to be alert you can't just.

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'Gilligan's Island' Star Dawn Wells 'Embarrassed' but 'Flattered' After GoFundMe Raises Thousands

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

'Gilligan's Island' Star Dawn Wells 'Embarrassed' but 'Flattered' After GoFundMe Raises Thousands

"He believes the judiciary has brought a thirty to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly released emails, highlighting his views on abortion and racial issues. After a partisan fights

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'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells is broke after 'life-threatening surgery,' collecting donations via GoFundMe

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells is broke after 'life-threatening surgery,' collecting donations via GoFundMe

"With more of America's First News court nominee. Brad Kavanagh stressed that he believes the judiciary has brought authority to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We'll get to it building interstate highway, right? We still you go one on one forty five miles of I five closed in both directions north of reading and south of. Mt. Shasta this fire the delta fire. They said tripled in size yesterday. When from five thousand to over fifteen thousand acres, and there were some big rigs driving up by five and the fire was close enough. I guess to the road that the draw the big rig drivers these long haul truckers worst out park, their rigs and got out and ran. I mean, it's not really worst out because I think seven of them actually caught fire, but. I thought you supposed to go down with the ship. That's what I always thought about big rig truckers there are several. Now, the number was eight when we started the show. I think it's up to ten senior advisors to the White House who have officially denied being the author of yesterday's big op Ed piece in the New York Times, the one that called the president impetuous in petty the Malania Trump even came out and said that was not her and whoever did that runs the risk of that. She had to earn. Why she felt or her office felt like they had to say that she was not the author. Yeah. But any love it. I love the circus that is this op Ed at at the bottom of the I am Spartacus moment. No, that's different. It's the exact opposite not Spartacus. It's the one who's not saying something that's the one. We should be looking at Asia. Our Osceola are Gento. I think is how you say her name officially is. Now saying that the teenage actor Jimmy Bennett that she was accused of having sex with sexually attacked her. Despite her text messages to rain dove that she in fact did have sex within. It was not a big deal. Eleven o'clock on Thursday means we hook up with Justin Worsham host. Last.

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KSRO

"Day between eight AM and sunset the gateway. Located two miles north of Jenner on highway one oh one just north of the Russian river outlet. And also want to get you updated on that wildfire in Shasta county. And yeah, it's has gone big time overnight. It was five thousand acres burned last night. It also forced the closure of I five some residents in the area. Now under evacuated orders, it's about ten miles north of reading where of course, they've had their hands full with a car fire now fifteen thousand acres have burned in the delta fire in the Shasta trinity national forest it started just before one o'clock yesterday afternoon and a stretch of I five between roads still closed there. You can see the pictures of abandoned big rigs and other vehicles were that were abandoned as motorists tried to. Escape the flames and the little town of Duns mirror is under an evacuation warning this morning. Meaning of course, residents should be ready to leave if the blaze threatens that area. They don't know. Exactly what happened to start that fire. But they do believe it is human caused just looking at a map of that area. And boy that's quite a stretch of roadway that's closed between basically mountain gate up through the national forest and up to be beyond Dunn's. We were and up to basically a zillion little town of azalea. Yes. Indeed. And we'll keep an eye on that. Of course, it is eight forty at K SRO..

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KSRO

"Partly cloudy for today. Topping out at seventy eight degrees. Sixty two on the coast clear sky tonight, low fifty two getting note to the mid eighties tomorrow, sunny skies them mid to high eighties throughout the weekend. Warmest day expected is Saturday fifty three in Windsor this morning. It's fifty four in sonoma's. Fifty four degrees in Santa Rosa two. It's eight oh seven at K SRO a wildfire north of Shasta lake forcing the closure of I five some residents in that area are under evacuation orders this morning. It tripled in size officials say over fifteen thousand acres have burned in what they call the delta fire located in the Shasta trinity national forest. It started just before one o'clock yesterday afternoon north of lake had a stretch of I five between fondle and Maat road is closed. And there have been reports of several vehicles, including big rigs that were abandoned as motorists escaped to flames. There on the highway evacuation orders are in place for residents between the Shasta siskiyou county line the city of Duns mirror under an evacuation warning. Which means residents should be ready to leave. If the blaze threatens that area officers or officials say the fire is human caused but didn't provide any other details are back in session today at American canyon high school in Napa county after six students were robbed near campus prompting a brief school lockdown. Napa county sheriff's officials say the teens were returning from an off campus lunch break when two suspects ordered them to the ground and demanded their property. One suspect was reportedly armed with a gun that he held to a victim's head and a fight ensued. Until the other victims managed to call for help. And police were called the school was locked down for an hour and a half. Well, officers searched for the suspects who were subsequently taken into custody by American canyon. Police fewer people signing up on. Facebook at least here in America. You're study shows twenty at twenty six percent of US users have deleted the Facebook app from their cell phones. Over the last year. The Pew Research Center also found that forty percent of the adults surveyed said they were taking a break from checking the social media site for several weeks or more. Of course, the poll was taken in early June. That was right after the Cambridge Analytica data scandal a different take on a mountain lion. Citing a mountain lion is on the run after it broke into a Brentwood home homeowner. William Nichols says the big cat crashed through a glass window late last night. I heard the noise again in this hissing sort of sound I was sure as a mountain lion because he was all tan and much bigger than about cab. Wow. Nichols, lucked them. See how the Nichols locked themselves in a bedroom until officers arrived, but the mountain lion was nowhere to be found Nike as you know out with its thirty. Anniversary just do it campaign, featuring Colin Kaepernick the clip released yesterday narrated by.

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"His empty boat was discovered near the shore of an. Island on moosehead lake in west central Maine wardens are. Looking for Robert Hammond his boat was found in shallow water. Water on Friday wardens went to Hammond's campsite at Spencer bay and learned the he had not, been there since last Thursday In California there's been no letup. To the dry weather fueling the wildfires burning across the state one fire has got it more. Than forty home so far prompting. A new round of evacuations in two counties the fire is more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres and just twenty. Eight percent contained reporter Emily Turner is in Lake County California worth authorities are cracking down on looting. So many people out of their homes due to these mandatory evacuation orders there's the concern, for looting in the Lake County sheriff's office says they're taking that. Very seriously already they've arrested about fifty people for being behind those mandatory evacuation lines when they shouldn't. Be were warned not, to be another wildfire in the Redding California area that's the, largest, of the fires burning has destroyed more than fifteen hundred buildings and killed six people as. Of this morning it was just thirty. Nine percent contained. WBZ news time one eleven the patriots opened the day in. Sports and the SOX and Yankees will give Us the nightcap here with a look at the day as WBZ's Chris pharma he's in the ace hticket dot, com sports studio Gary we begin in Foxborough after another day of patriots. Training camp light workouts were held this morning, on what turned out to be a. Heavy rain it was the first practice for recently signed wideout Eric decker fellow receiver Kenny Britt was limited on. The field Malcolm Mitchell was dressed Marcus cannon didn't participate on the field nor did rookie running. Back Sony Michelle trae flowers returned. To training camp the linemen had left practice early yesterday team now has the next couple of days off they'll gather. Again today at Fenway game three of four between the SOX and Yankees weather permitting of course here. With a preview of today's pitching matchup is WBZ's Charlie Birger on Chris the Red Sox, will start Nathan evolved e who in his debut last Sunday tossed. Seven scoreless innings against the twins Yankees will dip into their AAA farm system to bring up pitcher. Chance atoms will make, his major league debut Red Sox have won the first two. Games, of the series Rick Portillo's one hitter the catalyst last night in a four Two one. Win I pitch today, is at, four zero five now that poor Ciller start last night Charley, about as good as we've seen a. SOX uniform elsewhere in the American League east Tampa will host Chicago the Orioles are in. Texas Toronto faces Seattle the revolution are in south Florida they will play Orlando city tonight in. Golf Justin, Thomas one of three atop the leaderboard. At the world golf championships in Akron. Ohio LPGA they're finishing up third round play at the women's British Open and, on the champions tour Kenny Perry leads..

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North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA

WBZ Midday News

04:15 min | 3 years ago

North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA

"Good morning I'm art Cohen WBZ news and our top story at this hour the weather with continued heat. And humidity and some thunderstorms on. The way WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's joins us for quick update. This is a nasty situation developing it looks like some a. Thunderstorm that's capable of producing a tornado we've seen reports of trees down around Woodstock here this morning it looks like it's centered around Webster heading east northeast towards the east Douglas and into near Whitten's Ville that's the. Track of that particular. Cell, but we're going to see more, of these as we go through the next several hours with. Rain heavy at times causing flooding and these. Spin up thunderstorms that could produce. A, little rotation and a quick tornado or certainly some straight line wind damage that's what we've got to look forward to here over the. Next couple of hours and I'm going to be back every ten. Minutes with a complete update rain. And severe thunderstorms here the next couple of hours I'll keep you. Up to date on WBZ News Radio ten, thirty thank you dean. And speaking. Of flooding in Lynchburg Virginia the college lake dam. Overflowed threatening. More than one. Hundred homes so far officials are confident that with, little or no rain in the forecast for today the damn will hold now they promised to fix the dam which is a. Tremendous relief to people who live. Downstream correspondent chip Reid has more from where I'm standing I can. See a big gap oh maybe twenty feet long in the. Dam where the water that was Surging over, the dam knocked out a wall and a portion of the old dam New Hampshire had some powerful thunderstorms yesterday lightning set off a. Fire at the Hopkinton library it was put out quickly but workers are trying to, preserve as many books as possible no one was hurt there were some, down trees flash flooding in Manchester for some road closures. The water was waist deep in some areas before receding, Friday night. More rain in. The forecast for today California is fighting, sixteen wildfires at last count the ranch fire in northern California. Where two fires have merged has destroyed forty one homes and force more evacuations in Mendocino. And lake counties we. Get, more on that from KPI PIX, televisions Elizabeth cook ranch fire around the eastern shore of clear. Lake now covers an area the size of. San Jose and it's just twenty, eight, percent contained a red flag warning in effect for the fire zone Things could get worse this weekend fire covers more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres or. About one hundred eighty square miles and some evacuation, orders have, been lifted near reading where the car fire has killed six people it is now thirty nine percent, contained the PawSox make a move that they describe as cautionary will explain in a few minutes WBZ news time is ten oh three. It's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru retailers of New. England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes brought to you by Bernie and Phil's furniture and here's rob hackler and art. It is tough ride out west at Tana's you've been hearing the weather we've got the. Rain making I have really wet. Roads seeing the pike westbound is starting to really slow down around one twenty. Two and military in its heavy most of the way out towards eighty four in Sturbridge with reduced speeds on eighty four in Sturbridge is well the drive time on the, pike westbound. Is starting to jump up from framingham disturb ridge it is about. Fifty five minutes so getting close to an hour drive time through that stretch. Of the pike also. Watch out for work crews onto ninety on the eastbound side near main street in Shrewsbury to ninety, west his work crews near Salman pond road in church street one five southbound he's heavy before. Sixty two down two to ninety north of town ninety five north is slaughtered Seabrook New Hampshire up towards the Hampton tolls downtown Picking up company on the Leverett connector. Getting onto Storrow drive keep. In mind. Downtown the pike both ways you've got lane. Restrictions for the work of the Kama bridge eastbound, two lanes open westbound one lane open northbound expressway heavy approaching the O'Neill, tunnel route three is busy near. Derby street and down at the Cape you've. Got about a two and. A half mile backup at. The sagamore inborn bridges next report ten thirteen. WBZ's traffic on the threes no one likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie.

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Family of hostage killed by LAPD files lawsuit

John and Ken

02:58 min | 3 years ago

Family of hostage killed by LAPD files lawsuit

"Wild is now eighty nine percent contained. It is burned about thirteen thousand acres. The one in reading caused by a spark from car has destroyed more than one thousand homes. It is burn more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres. It is thirty five percent contained six people have died in the fire in reading including two firefighters and two kids. The sons of a woman killed by police. Van is have blamed officers for bad tactics, cop shot a man who was holding the woman hostage with a knife, but the shooting last month killed. Both people lawyer. Brian Dunn says, the officers did not need to fire eighteen shots what we had with a death of a completely innocent person that was totally and utterly preventable. The woman's family has filed claims against the LAPD for wrongful death among other charges. The LAPD released the body camera video of the shooting. Yesterday the LAPD is investigating a targeted shooting at a homeless camp near Venice. This business owner tells KTLA. He caught footage last Thursday. Of a guy exiting a car and shooting up the camp under an overpass you see. How the guy shot he didn't even. Aim he shot up all the tense basically so he could have other homeless to he says. Things have been getting worse than the mar vista area. For years he also has a recent video of a guy peeing on a police patrol car KTLA says while filming. The story on the streets a woman attacked. The networks photographer a councilman in LA is, trying to slow the role of electric scooters sulk aretz is pushing for, a temporary ban on electric scooters. Until the city. Can get some, regulations on the books almost everybody is on the sidewalk which is technically illegal they're knocking over people mostly people are diving out of the way. He says next to no one rides with a helmet and some crews right down. Busy streets but I think it's just a matter of. Time before we start having serious injuries and possibly deaths the companies allow riders. To drop off the scooter Wherever they want Andrew, mollenbeck KFI news as an Trump has called on attorney general. Jeff Sessions to stop the special. Counsels Russia investigation Trump. Tweeted this morning that session should stop. This rigged witch hunt right now before. It continues, to stay in our country and he further sessions has recused himself. From investigations of Russian election meddling and some ready made salads and wraps are being recalled because, of a possible parasite contamination the stuff, was sold at trader Joe's, Walgreens, and Kroger stores among other places the USDA has a complete list online. The recall affects more than two dozen beef pork and poultry products best buy dates range from July eighteenth to the. Twenty-third traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center we. Have a crash on. The fifty seven in brea suffer before imperial highway it's the jack-knifed big rig now the carpool and left lanes have, been shut down so. They have reopened a couple of the right lane traffic there though still very much a mess from. The sixty also heading into.

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Very comfortable lying did. The nation's biggest public housing system endanger, the health of its residents I'm tansy Nevada and that's next time, on the takeaway from WNYC NPR I public. Radio international The takeaway today beginning at noon now, we'll get a news update. From NPR at nineteen minutes past. Seven from NPR news, in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly officials in northern California say the car fire near reading has now. Destroyed more than a thousand homes the fire broke out nine days ago and has burned one hundred fifteen thousand acres containment is up. To thirty five percent six people have been killed it's one of the most destructive fires on record. In California, and the deadliest active fire from Texas to Washington state in Canada more than one hundred fifty wildfires are. Burning in northern Ontario Dan kurkin Chuck reports, fires in, the northern part of Ontario have consumed well. Over one hundred thousand, acres, of forest several communities and thousands of residents have been forced to leave their homes. And cottages ecologist merit to rescue at the university of wealth west of Toronto says the increased fire. Activity is about, to become a regular feature of Canadian summers she says the prolonged dry spells Heatwaves around the world are directly related to climate change a. Federal judge in, Seattle is temporarily. Blocking a Texas company from releasing blueprints describing how to make three d plastic guns Matt largely with. Member station k. UT reports the judge. Granted a request from eight states and the district of Columbia to temporarily blocked. Publication of the instructions they're suing the State Department which. Gave the Austin based company defense distributed the go ahead to post. The plans the site has. Been taken down but they had already been online for days and thousands of people had downloaded them I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington, twenty minutes now past seven. O'clock and Joe McConnell's here to. Bring us another look, at some of the commute problems this morning Joe to eighty southbound south ceremony crash cars two. Left lanes are blocked and that crash affected the northbound side after Hickey you'll find the left lane block were tire flew out from. The car on the southbound side that overturn it's backed up to westboro northbound and southbound is backed. Up before, east more Marsh creek Road eastbound still block between regency drive in Gill because of a tree that. Fell over about four o'clock this, morning and that did result in some injuries Joe McConnell for k. q. v. Thanks..

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Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations

Lori and Julia

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations

"Eight stop wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death continue to ravage california as a heat wave sweeps the southern part of the state authorities say a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above go lita santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more farther south of fire in the san bernardino national forest grew to one thousand acres and prompted the evacuation of forest falls a town of about seven hundred homes in san diego county a handful of fires prompted evacuation orders for more than one thousand homes one blaze reportedly burned at least five homes in alpine the county fire and napa county and yolo county continues to burn up to about eighty nine thousand acres and the last report about forty two to forty three percent contained is also a fire about fifteen thousand acres in lake county it's called a ponti fire and it's ninety five percent contained so it's just about out there will be boxing at the save mart center today with doors opening at four pm however there will not be about between jose ramirez and danny o'connor o'connor collapse that his way in yesterday suffering from dehydration which was caused by his trying to make weight he was subsequently hospitalized now the under cards will move up to be the main event the department of public health this confirming the first case of west nile virus in fresno county for two thousand eighteen officials say there have been nine symptomatic cases throughout the state of california no fatalities residents are being urged to use repellent and other methods of reducing contact with mosquitoes fresno police continue to search for the suspect to shot a man in the face thursday night shots bader said officers to the parking lot of a liquor store on butler and chestnut in the southeast portion of the city round ten thirty pm there a man in his forties was shot in the face but officers say the wounds not life threatening and he is expected to survive officers are now investigating this shooting is gang related and they ask anyone with information to gaul valley crime stoppers the.

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tough months ahead there are ten fires burning out of control in california with a county fire the most explosive growing more than sixty thousand acres in just a few days governor jerry brown says twenty five percent more acreage has burned the state in the first six months of this year then burned in the same period last year since a big problem he's announced the formation of a new wildlife preparedness and response committee aimed at strengthening resources increasing prevention activities and ensuring those who cause fires are held accountable wildfires are also burning in utah colorado oregon washington and other western states jim roope los angeles county fire in yellow county is only five percent contained the ponti fire lake county is now seventy five percent contain it's burned fifteen thousand acres the two men facing felony charges after the deadly warehouse fire and oakland are expected to agree to a plea deal today thirty six people died in the fire during a party at the building the plea deal will keep both men behind bars for ten years impending rains could force a thirties to speed up their extrication of twelve boys in their soccer coach were trapped in a cave and thailand that's where we find anna coren and this is where divers cavers way the military where volunteers if all vein hitting down this path to the mouth of the cave is the only entrance so far to this giant labyrinth heavy rains in the forecast could worsen floods in the mountain cave they were exploring when they became trapped eleven days ago the wall street journal is reporting the trump administration plans to revoke obama era guidelines to consider race in the college admissions process the us supreme court has ruled universities may use the firmative action to help minority applicants get into college california voted to eliminate race consideration when it abolished affirmative action in nineteen ninety six three weeks to the day he met with north korea's leader president trump is dismissing concerns of intelligence sources that the north shows no signs of giving up nukes and missile missiles capable of reaching you the united states bob costantini relays the word sent out by the us leader the president tweeting a response to reports and leaks that north korea is moving ahead with nuclear weapons development and missile technology quote many good conversations with north korea it is going well in the meantime know rocket launches or nuclear testing in eight months all of asia is thrilled only the opposition party which includes the fake news is complaining if not for me we would now be at war with north korea and quote secretary of state mike pompeo is going to pyongyang again soon to put a one year denuclearization plan from the united states in front of kim jong un and so the administration is dismissing reports about what the north has been doing in the three weeks since the singapore summit bob costantini washington.

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"I've gotten some good tax about various meals people beaten out of desperation or poverty or lazy hips laziness is usually at maybe we'll get to some of those coming up we're joined now by maria abi habib the south asian correspondent for the new york times with the extraordinary story of how china got sri lanka to cough up a port a large very expensive port and it's instructive it really shows one of china's strategies in the third world right now maria avi habib hello maria how are you well thank you and yourself do great thank very much we're talking to maria from pakistan by the way so tell us how exactly did china maneuver themselves into owning this port so they ended up owning the court has a previous president of sri lanka he kept asking for loans for anything from power to building roads to a cricket stadium and of course and she took out about you know a billion dollars a little over forty four and in the end he that's the current government with with a death it could not be repaid and it was it was a that saw no activity even though they were ships that pass by every month and and eventually the dads can do and that on top of letter that's actually turn the jets load increased threefold so the new government came fifteen had all these debts that need to be repaid and they said well i guess more cash into our books is by report so eventually chinese ticket for about a billion dollars midfield that was signed last year but even they wouldn't by the courts the deport we want an industrial down so now they're fifteen thousand acres of industrial zone included in the around the port and they'll be able to you know can do various things like cement and so is a guy who's fairly familiar with the story would it be fair to characterize it as china seeking out a corrupt or at least very unwise politician giving them all the cash he wanted in the form of loans and then when the loans come do they swagger in a lot like tony soprano and say we own it now yeah i mean i guess that we own it now you're saying that might be that could be accurate when it comes to the port intuited that completely accurate and also remember that they didn't really have a lot of assistance because this is a chilling kids history where journalists are being locked up opposition disappearing or intimidated opposition you know that was demanding transparency on deals like having to the porch and also it should be noted that pasta and his three brothers all they control between them the economy ministry the ministry of the president and the law minister and the finance minister at one point he'll between three or between those the brothers they controlled eighty percent spending so when you were negotiating with her oh you're really negotiating with family so you have this quote in your article from founding father john adams that the way to subjugate a country is used disorder debt in china has chosen the latter and there are some concern that china's not done with sri lanka that their next step might be saying hey we're now we're going to use this this port for military use do we think that's where it's going so we don't we can't we can't really speculate on that at the moment what's that.

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04:33 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"There's a very explicit clause that had brought up several times this will not be neutral military youth in less dish lincoln government allows that's why military to come in so for instance the japanese warship was able to dock yeah just chinese but the only if given permission but the real fear is that the debt will teach insulate and and maybe another corrupt government or japan since they are they're they're making a big one for next year's election and they actually have a pretty good shot is controlling country and the only last month for instance government added to their debt load like taking out a billion dollars from china it out and then think that money will go to just paying off this year so they're taking payoffs yet it's a pretty bad situation right and clearly maneuvering themselves in a position where they can't deny quote unquote permission to the chinese military to use the port a really interesting story maria avi there's a lot of detail to it we'll have a link so you can read it maria we sure appreciate the time we know it's it's a little crazy joining up with us from pakistan but well done great to talk to you my pleasure thank you thank you from pakistan to talk about china right well srilanka yeah that's right next door so listen this is this is so interesting if you're into the foreign policy thing the nuts and bolts of it not the shouting at each other in the newspapers thing so china does this and there are other trick is that they go into your corrupt african republic's or south asian republics and and they will lavish money on these corrupt regimes they'll make them crazy crazy rich in return for mining rights and development rights roadbuilding rights and that sort of thing and you know the us is your totting old aunt you know we want you to reform your human rights and we need guarantees that this money isn't going to be a flow into corrupt enterprises or there won't be corrupt uses of it or it won't be handed out to your cronies blab now and china's like forget heaters under million bucks go enjoy yourself and and so they're making all these inroads into these third third world countries and trying to expand their their power and their influence that ryan is not concerned about giving money to governments that don't believe in gay marriage for instance right just gonna spread the money around in bribes they're like i don't care go ahead boy that says give us your diamonds or cadmium or whatever the hell is so they go around loan money to people they know can't pay back and right i can't be back to say okay we want the port and we want in this case fifteen thousand acres of land around it for the next ninety nine years right there is some great stuff in the book i've mentioned many times the dictator's handbook about how corrupt to regimes accumulate debt and they use the you know the inflow cash the fun part of accumulating debt to hand out to their cronies solidify their own power and build their own gigantic bank accounts that nobody knows about and then you've got then you get china comes in says we'll help you out with your debt your money to cover that blah blah blah all that money goes to exactly the same places and some of the wonderful sounding merciful a debt restructuring that the western world tries to do for some of these regimes believing that okay if we can get them out of the debt problem then they'll reform the country reform their economy no no the the dictator's do that same stuff with the money they take that inflow of cash that wellmeaning western cash they enrich themselves they enrich their crony they solidify the rule and they further decimate the populations financial status because it doesn't matter they're not answerable to their populations so china's just is a bare knuckled bloody you know roll of quarters in each fist boxer man and they're they're busting lips trump is right about that so this guy will take a bite of bread a bite from salami stick then a bite from cheddar cheese block there's one word for that in cali fishing and call it a salami and cheese sandwich i can hang with that guy what's coming up in your news marshall trump's taking a victory lap after the supreme court win this morning harley davidson driving or drawing rather presidential heat and.

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03:55 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"A big one in extra elections and they actually have a pretty good shot is controlling country gun and the only lasts for instance this showing government added to their debt load like making a billion dollars from china it out and then think that money will go to just paying off this year so they're taking payoffs yet it's a pretty bad situation right and clearly maneuvering themselves in a position will position where they can't deny quote unquote permission to the chinese military to use a port a really interesting story maria abi habib there's a lot of detail to it we'll have a link so you can read it maria we sure appreciate the time we know it's it's a little crazy joining up with us from pakistan but well done great to talk to you my pleasure thank you thank you from pakistan to talk about china right well yeah that's right next door a so listen this is this is so interesting if you're into the foreign policy thing the nuts and bolts of it not the shouting at each other in the newspapers thing so china does this and there are other trick is that they go into your corrupt african republic's or south asian republics and and they will lavish money on these corrupt regimes they'll make them crazy crazy rich in return for mining rights and development rights roadbuilding rights and that sort of thing and you know the us is is you're touching old aunt you know we want you to reform your human rights and we need guarantees that this money isn't going to be a flow into corrupt enterprises or there won't be corrupt uses of it or it won't be handed out to your cronies blab now and china's like forget eaters under million bucks go enjoy yourself and and so they're making all these inroads into these third third world countries and trying to expand their their power in their influence that ryan is not concerned about giving money to governments that don't believe in gay marriage for instance right just gonna spread the money around in bribes they're like i don't care go ahead boy that's so give us your diamonds or cadmium or whatever the hell is off so they go around loan money to people they know can't pay it back and run i can't be back this okay we want the port in we want in this case fifteen thousand acres of land around it for the next ninety nine years right there is some great stuff in the book i've mentioned many times the dictator's handbook about how corrupt to regimes accumulate debt and they use the you know the inflow of cash the fun part of accumulating debt to hand out to their cronies solidify their own power and build their own gigantic bank accounts that nobody knows about and then you've got then you get china comes in says we'll help you out with your debt but will lend your money to cover that blah blah blah all that money goes to exactly the same places and some of the wonderful sounding merciful a debt restructuring that the western world tries to do for some of these regimes bowling that okay if we can get them out of the debt problem then they'll reform the country reform their economy no no the the dictators do that same stuff with the money they take that inflow of cash that wellmeaning western cash they enrich themselves they enrich their crony they solidified the rule and they further decimate the populations financial status because it doesn't matter they're not answerable to their populations so china's just is a bare knuckled bloody you know roll of quarters in each fist boxer man and they are they're busting lips that trump is right about that so this guy will take a bite of bread a bite from salami stick then a bite from cheddar cheese block there's one word for that call a fishing and call it a swami and cheese sandwich i could hang with that guy what's coming up in your news marshall trump's taking a victory lap after the supreme court win this morning harley davidson driving or drawing rather presidential heat and former white house spokesman sean spicer hosting.

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KQED Radio

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Long campaign speech in the city of buluwayo to thousands of cheering fans when he finished there was a loud noise and a panic zimbabwe state media described it as an explosion and said the president was safe photos showed someone being carried out on a stretcher elections in zimbabwe have been violent in the past but none gagua has promised that this is a new era calling for peace and unity ari shapiro npr news blue zimbabwe the trump administration says it continues to detain and criminally prosecute people illegally crossing the border into the us but as npr's amy held reports plans for the military to house detainees are still being worked out the navy's looking into plans to house tens of thousands of migrants at remote basis in alabama arizona and california that's according to time magazine which obtained a copy of an internal draft memo describing tent cities that are quote temporary and austere one proposed detention center in concord california would hold up to forty seven thousand people and is already sparking a backlash among residents here's contra costa county supervisor john gioia this is a crazy proposal we're gonna fight it we're not gonna let this happen the navy told npr and a statement it would not discuss quote internal deliberative planning documents a department of defense spokesman says the pentagon is conducting prudent planning and looking into all available regions should it be asked to help with housing amy held npr news a congressional candidate in south carolina has been seriously injured in a car crash npr's colin dwyer reports katie errington won a major republican primary upset just days ago just ten days ago katie aaron kim was celebrating in a hardfought win the conservative republican had earned president trump's endorsement and defeated longtime incumbent mark sanford now she is in the hospital facing quite another kind of fight errington spokesperson said she was riding with a friend when their car was struck by vehicle going the wrong direction the collision left at least one person dead and left airing ten with a factor in her back broken ribs and other injuries demanding major surgery she is expected to be hospitalized at least two more weeks still her spokesperson says her faith remains unshaken and that she expects to be working again soon colin wire and pr news this is npr from k q ed news i'm tiffany cam hi we're continuing our series looking at where our tax money from measure a is going that's the historic clean and healthy bay measure voters approved of two years ago we start in the south bay at the salt ponds restoration project it received more than seven million dollars this project spans three counties alameda santa clara and san mateo ended aims to revitalize over fifteen thousand acres of former salt evaporation ponds that makes it the largest environmental restoration project west of the mississippi you can see some of these ponds from a windy hill and menlo park if you've looked to the left you'll see greco island which is a native salt marsh so beautiful lush green marsh at the margin of the bay that's john bourgeois executive manager of the project he says greco island was untouched but the salt marshes around it were drained for its minerals and it's evident if you look to the right and you see this bright white salt flat and you can see it's kind of a moonscape and so the goal of this project is to take what we're seeing on the right here and convert it to what we see on the left here this native lush tidal marsh other things you can see from this point the foot of the dumbarton bridge highway one a one oh and facebook's headquarters all this infrastructure would benefit from the restoration because title marshes offer protection from sea level rise they are one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet they provide direct flood protection they also have clean the water that may be true but i have to say these pawns aren't that beautiful awful it's not like we're saving a redwood forest there muddy and mucky and they smell but they have just a tremendous amount of benefit beyond any sort of aesthetic or tat value officials hope to start restoration of the salt ponds this fall i'm tiffany cam.

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04:16 min | 3 years ago

GOP Congressional candidate, fresh from primary win vs. Mark Sanford, seriously injured in car crash

"Long campaign speech in the city of buluwayo to thousands of cheering fans when he finished there was a loud noise and a panic zimbabwe state media described it as an explosion and said the president was safe photos showed someone being carried out on a stretcher elections in zimbabwe have been violent in the past but none gagua has promised that this is a new era calling for peace and unity ari shapiro npr news blue zimbabwe the trump administration says it continues to detain and criminally prosecute people illegally crossing the border into the us but as npr's amy held reports plans for the military to house detainees are still being worked out the navy's looking into plans to house tens of thousands of migrants at remote basis in alabama arizona and california that's according to time magazine which obtained a copy of an internal draft memo describing tent cities that are quote temporary and austere one proposed detention center in concord california would hold up to forty seven thousand people and is already sparking a backlash among residents here's contra costa county supervisor john gioia this is a crazy proposal we're gonna fight it we're not gonna let this happen the navy told npr and a statement it would not discuss quote internal deliberative planning documents a department of defense spokesman says the pentagon is conducting prudent planning and looking into all available regions should it be asked to help with housing amy held npr news a congressional candidate in south carolina has been seriously injured in a car crash npr's colin dwyer reports katie errington won a major republican primary upset just days ago just ten days ago katie aaron kim was celebrating in a hardfought win the conservative republican had earned president trump's endorsement and defeated longtime incumbent mark sanford now she is in the hospital facing quite another kind of fight errington spokesperson said she was riding with a friend when their car was struck by vehicle going the wrong direction the collision left at least one person dead and left airing ten with a factor in her back broken ribs and other injuries demanding major surgery she is expected to be hospitalized at least two more weeks still her spokesperson says her faith remains unshaken and that she expects to be working again soon colin wire and pr news this is npr from k q ed news i'm tiffany cam hi we're continuing our series looking at where our tax money from measure a is going that's the historic clean and healthy bay measure voters approved of two years ago we start in the south bay at the salt ponds restoration project it received more than seven million dollars this project spans three counties alameda santa clara and san mateo ended aims to revitalize over fifteen thousand acres of former salt evaporation ponds that makes it the largest environmental restoration project west of the mississippi you can see some of these ponds from a windy hill and menlo park if you've looked to the left you'll see greco island which is a native salt marsh so beautiful lush green marsh at the margin of the bay that's john bourgeois executive manager of the project he says greco island was untouched but the salt marshes around it were drained for its minerals and it's evident if you look to the right and you see this bright white salt flat and you can see it's kind of a moonscape and so the goal of this project is to take what we're seeing on the right here and convert it to what we see on the left here this native lush tidal marsh other things you can see from this point the foot of the dumbarton bridge highway one a one oh and facebook's headquarters all this infrastructure would benefit from the restoration because title marshes offer protection from sea level rise they are one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet they provide direct flood protection they also have clean the water that may be true but i have to say these pawns aren't that beautiful awful it's not like we're saving a redwood forest there muddy and mucky and they smell but they have just a tremendous amount of benefit beyond any sort of aesthetic or tat value officials hope to start restoration of the salt ponds this fall i'm tiffany cam.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Got to see a little bit of lava flow and it was poker red hot lava from above you could see it and it was going off into the ocean nothing like they're seeing now i mean they say there's hundreds of earthquakes in hawaiian it's shaking the eastern side of the big island so there's concerns that kill away as volcano could erupt they said the most severe quake is a magnitude five from the four point six that they had reported earlier in the day so five is in the hawaiian volcano observatory said there was no eruption activity because of the quakes but with all these minor ones they're worried about what could happen with kill away because of course kill away is one of the world's most active volcanoes did you know that this is why you're listening to america tonight and to me it was one of the most fascinating things i did was take that blue hawaii helicopter tour and to go over the volcano to see what that was like i mean it's in a national park which has closed off about fifteen thousand acres because of the possibility of this massive eruption you couldn't have people close to that since monday hundreds of earthquakes and even if they're only two point oh or whatever they could collapse the crater floor of it and if that happens the vibrations will turn into more than vibrations boy that would be something to see as long as everybody is far away from the activity i mean and that's the key because it would like your shoes if you're close to it it's i mean it's deadly of course it's deadly and i really got the sense of that when you see it from pictures it's one thing but when you fly over it and you get the sense of just how i don't know how massive it is.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on WGTK

"Of earthquakes in hawaiian shaking the eastern side of the big island so there's concerns that kill away as volcano could erupt they said the most severe quake is a magnitude five from the four point six that they had reported earlier in the day so five is the biggest in the hawaiian volcano observatory so there was no eruption activity because of the quakes but with all these minor ones they're worried about what could happen with kill away because of course kill away is one of the world's most active volcanoes did you know that this is why you listen to tonight and to me it was one of the most fascinating things i did was take that blue hawaii helicopter tour and to go over the volcano and to see what that was like i mean it's in a national park which has closed off about fifteen thousand acres because of the possibility of this massive eruption you couldn't have people close to that since monday hundreds of earthquakes and even if they're only two point oh or whatever they could collapse the crater floor of it and if that happens the vibrations will turn into more than vibrations boy that would be something to see as long as everybody is far away from the activity i mean and that's the key because it'll melt your shoes if you're close to it it's i mean it's deadly of course it's deadly and i really got the sense of that when you see it from pictures it's one thing but when you fly over it and you get the sense of just how i don't know how massive it is and how far the reach of that volcano flow is it again kate.

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AM 1350 WEZS

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"That was like i was blown away and i was there on the big island and i got to see a little bit of lava flow and it was poker red hot lava from above you could see it and it was going off into the ocean but nothing like they're seeing now i mean they say there's hundreds of earthquakes in hawaiian it's shaking the eastern side of the big island so there's concerns that kill away as volcano could erupt they said the most severe quake is a magnitude five from the four point six that they had reported earlier in the day so five is the biggest and the hawaiian volcano observatory so there was no eruption activity because quakes but with all these minor ones they're worried about what could happen with kill away because of course kill away of is one of the world's most active volcanoes did you know that this is why you're listening to america tonight and to me it was one of the most fascinating things i did was take that blue hawaii helicopter tour and to go over the volcano and to see what that was like i mean it's an a national park which has closed off about fifteen thousand acres because of the possibility of this massive eruption you couldn't have people close to that since monday hundreds of earthquakes and even if they're only two point oh or whatever could collapse the crater floor of it and if that happens the vibrations will turn into more than vibrations boy that would be something to see as long as everybody is far away from the activity i mean that's the key because it would melt your shoes if you're close to it it's i mean it's deadly of course it's deadly and i really got the sense of that when you see from pictures it's one thing but when you fly over it and you get the sense of just how i don't know how massive it is and how far the reach of that volcano flow is it again it's mind blowing.

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KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The of skills democrats complain wildfires grow i'm christopher cruise democrats in congress want to hear what president trump may do next in syria the opposition's complaints growing louder after the us launched airstrikes late friday without congressional authorization correspondent dan merica this morning democrats on capitol hill while initially supportive of the attacks have now called on congress called on president trump to come in front of them present his future strategy for syria this comes as they're promising future attacks if the of kim beloved ken's continued strong winds are fueling more than two dozen wildfires in okla homa in texas noah meteorologist todd linley says it looks like the fires are growing we believe that the ray fire has consumed about two hundred and forty thousand acres the thirty four complex near woodward has burned approximately one hundred and fifteen thousand acres so we're quite certain those you know that acreage an area burn will continue to increase meanwhile there are winter freeze warnings in effect this april fifteenth eastern oklahoma and northwest arkansas former fbi director james comey says he's not sure if he's actions cost hillary clinton the presidency i don't know i honestly don't know i sure hope not but the honest answer is it wouldn't change the way i think about it my hope i didn't write the book for this reason but talking about leadership it was important to tell the email story because it's me trying to figure out how to lead well the people will read that story and try to put themselves in my shoes komi speaking to abc news in an interview to air tonight about his new book moments ago president trump tweeted unbelievably james comey states that polls where crooked hillary was leading were a factor in the handling stupidly of the clinton email probe in other words he was making decisions based on the fact that he thought she was going.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And texas meteorologist todd lindley says oklahoma's fires will get bigger we believe that the rave fire has consumed about two hundred and forty thousand acres the thirty four complex near woodward has burned approximately one hundred fifteen thousand acres so we're quite certain of those you know that acreage net area burn will continue to increase over two hundred million eggs are being recalled over salmonella fears indiana based rose acre farms issuing a recall and connection to twenty two cases of salmonella the eggs are distributed to colorado florida new jersey new york north carolina pennsylvania south carolina virginia and west virginia i'm michael toscano you're listening to bloomberg law i'm june grasso at thirteen minutes before the hour buyer is inching closer to completing a sixty six billion dollar aquisition of monsanto the last major hurdle is approval from us antitrust regulators and buyer is close to getting that according to a person familiar with the matter buyer has the green light from almost two thirds of the jurisdictions it needs to sign off on the biggest transaction yet in the seeds and crop chemicals industry joining me is bloomberg intelligence your litigation analyst jennifer re gen this deal has been about two years in the making what have the justice department's concerns been to slow it down we know first of all a lot of that time is just in the investigation of these deals because this is a really complex industry and they entered into this deal at a time when there was a lot of consolidation if you remember dow and dupont we're merging and cam china and syngenta were merging so it really takes a lot of time to sweep through the issues and these companies in particular one buyer is stronger and chemicals agricultural chemicals and monsanto stronger in agra cultural seeds and there are ways in which these products work together and can be actually even tied together in certain ways i think the department of justice needed to ensure that whatever they did here and whatever the remedy might be would fix any issues that might allow these companies sort of unlawful league tie these products together the wall street journal first reported on the likelihood of approval from the us what are some of the agreements that seemed.

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"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen thousand acres" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Businesses with secondary statewide twenty two major fires burned on wednesday having consumed modern seventy thousand acres of square miles 600 and 48 occurred since the outbreak began on sunday night that's up from seventeen fires and a hundred and fifteen thousand acres or from twenty two two two from seventeen to twenty two fires from one hundred and fifteen thousand acres darden seventy thousand acres in one day the confirmed death toll rose from 2003 rose from seventeen to twenty three officials throughout sobering figures on the scale the devastation with the caveat they're just estimates and the the number their eight thousand firefighters five hundred and fifty fire engines seventy three helicopters thirty airplanes it's all got guys at work in eighty hours straight the reverend hours sleep here and there but they're just go in this hard as far as they can prayers for them and the optimal staffing for a 20000 maker fires at thousand firefighters in cinema valley where more acreage than that has burned a were four hundred sixty four firefighters including sixty state prison inmates a exhaustion while exhaustion setting in in the cinema valley the press democrat says at four fires are menacing sacramento valley community and they're moving people around as fast as they can thousands and thousands of homes or threatening cinema and napa counties and of course a darkness there right now so we cannot get pictures the i can't believe this this must be wrong it sets at twenty nine thousand homes are under threat i just can't believe that many they can't get their finger on twenty nine thousand homes under threat two to three thousand at were destroyed before last night so it's a knocking on doors officers are are spray painting symbols on sidewalks outside of houses v s if they're occupied oh acid empty homes they're trying to get calisto good guyer's veal guys are ville has been completely removed the sheriff cinema said that the number of deaths was expected to include children may have indicated at least some of the death involved people trying to flee when.

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