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"lake berryessa fire" Discussed on KGO 810
"The water. staff visit Harris's Obviously, restaurant all these play 2100 into this Venice to what Avenue. degree Heather it's hard is taking to tell, a look but at our we very know complicated it's ride true. this It's afternoon. not a political soccer ball anymore. We know what's happening. How do we How do we prepare? I mean, we we were talking about this earlier should be thin these forests out, But then there's also a degree of of heat them. That is Did. Did escapes that goes back up to the atmosphere on DH can create a whole different problem. I was telling meteorologists earlier about how when they were worried about the permafrost up around the to the North. They said, cut down the trees because it actually keep it cooler because the trees absorb heat. But, you know, obviously we don't have white on the ground in these forests. Have you heard of any natural or maybe scientific ways Abate what we've done. I mean, either meteorologist illicit going. Take 1000 years for us to get normal again. Yeah. Think about this for a second chip. We know from data last year, there are about 140 million dead trees in the forest. California P Jimmy Kam usually mill out about a million trees a year. So if if, if you just follow that process, it's going to take us a tremendous amount of time. Just spin up the den trees now what has happened over the last 12 months. Is the governor and his administration with Cal fire. They put a priority on 35 areas in the state to try and stand out some of these areas that are Jae shin, too. Populated centers and they've got that done. They're beefing up the number of firefighters. But, you know, covert 19 coming into play. It's this is just one of those thing. It's a perfect storm. Obviously, with covert 19 will affect the places people and go for shelter. It'll affect first responders who work in very close proximity to one another. Obviously because of the smoke they will be wearing, You know, you know either masks, you know, to process the air. But you know, depending on you know when this thing starts to abate, and people are all near each other, and they're not covering their faces. Now this could be another super spreader event and the last thing we need coming out of this and You know, I don't really know how we could. You know, I should knock on wood. I said I don't have to get any worse. But I guess it could, right. I guess this thing could spread and winds could pick up. That would not be the worst case scenario in your mind. Yeah, without question because, you know, we've ordered 375 engines from Arizona, Texas and Nevada. So there is, you know, a number of Marine route, but that's gonna take some time for them to get here and be able to start to be productive. So there's you know, they're reaching back for folks and they're moving resource is based on the severity of the fire. And if the fire is threatening populated areas, so you're seeing aircraft move up and down the state based upon how the fires were turning up number of these fire started out fairly small. And as you mentioned earlier chip, the weather came up and it just shifted and took off. That's the you know Lake Berryessa fire that went over the mountain threatening in the back of ill now, and some of those areas jumped highway 80. So it's really to your point, the wind and the weather is really going to drive an awful lot of this. It's mother nature that started it, and honestly, it's mother nature. That's going to help us get out of this other than havering having Mohr evacuation centers so people aren't it's close to each other. Is there anything else that we can do in these particular centers to help with coverted prevention? I think what you're going to see is that you know we were talking. I think Kim mentioned it, where they located the evacuation center for the back of hellfire in that area. What they're trying to do is put multiple facilities or evacuation centers available where they may have just had one and you could put 100 people they may die who are free to run him out the other. If there is any good news in all this is the schools, for the most part aren't being utilized. So we can put people in those locations, which is helpful and keep him spread about. You know the difficulty or the firefighters that P Jeannie workers, the water Department workers, police officers. I mean, they can take some covert 19 precautions, but in the end, it's difficult. You've got to communicate through those mouse on the radio. You gotta disinfect the tools. You want to keep 6 ft. But you got to be close enough to keep an eye on your partner as it starts to get dangerous. Yeah. Oops. Did I lose you, Mark? No, I'm here. I'm here. OK, good. Good, Good. Good. I got kind of weird sound in there. Let me ask you this again. We're talking to Marc Novo and former firefighter in a FEMA federal coordinator. How dangerous is this fried? This may sound like a ridiculous question but mean the's fires particularly dangerous for firefighters on the ground. And and if so, how? Yes. Let me paint a real quick picture for you on a typical wild land fire. There's a business plan Incident Action Plan. California is known throughout the world for managing wildfires and the model that they used. The incident command system is used for managing all disasters not only in California but across the nation, called the Incident Command system. Came out of the fires wildfires in California seventies So California and Cal fire in the barn apartment, know how to manage. That's what they do is put together a business plan every 24 hours for each fire to set objectives. Part of that plan is also safety concerns. So what they're worried about right now, Just normally on a wildfire is extreme fire behavior, propane tanks that are blowing up your having erratic fire behavior where you're seeing fire in some heavy brush travelling at 12. Football fields every 15 minutes. You got thunderstorm lightning steep terrain. You've got stress. He you know they're using fire to fight fire. So they're putting fire on the ground, which is extremely dangerous. They got power lines above them. They got burned out fire poles. Power Pole's that could tip over. You know, they've got all of these things, and now you're throwing covert 19 And on top of that, and what's even more stressful for everybody, not just the firefighters, but all the first responders is because they're so few resource is They're having to make decisions to drive by businesses and homes that are burning to go to maybe a location that has two or three homes that you can say. Or you've got people that you need to shelter and protect from the fire. That's a very difficult thing from a Struss standpoint, because you want to help as many people as you can. It goes against the nature of the mission. Created also got a question, Mr Novoa. I know Cal Fire says more than 10,800 Lightning strikes started 367 new fires and you're just talking about of all the conditions that you just listed. You got the heat and and smoky skies, making it hard to even see the edges of these fires. Is this what you would call a worst case scenario? It's certainly in that category. What we saw, you know, during the paradise Fire where we lost so many folks there. That was a very worst worst case scenario. But what happened was those fires burned real quick within 4 to 6 hours..
"lake berryessa fire" Discussed on KGO 810
"For me, but I mean, The river fire approaching the Carmel Valley Carmel Valley Road. I'm Stuart. Thank you. Stewart is not loading for me. But I'm seeing of the Lake Berryessa Fire images are just chilling. I don't know That's the only word that comes to mind. You know, I'd be so much smoke in that eerie glow in this texture from the faraway says Ah. Cal Fire has taken over the Byron Airport, just a small airport. But there's they're doing some aerial coverage of the fires there, so at least they get some help from the sky at that time. Yeah. So will continue to get your texts. I'm trying to shift through them and passion alone. I love all of them, actually, but some of them are Are longer than others. You can reach us at for 15 80 88 10. We've kind of put politics aside. We put some of the typical, You know Mother's milk of the show to the side for now, because this is a breaking news situation and Fire smoke evacuations. They really are the thing that we need to focus on. Um I'm just looking at one or two other things driving in Pacifica. This is from 650 Shot six Follow. Actually, just after sunrise. I saw the strangest clouds ever. I realized they were Mile long streams of smoke, not clouds at all. Yeah, Those aerial shots are just mind blowing of so many columns of smoke that I mean, in some cases, it looks like a bomb has gone off. And here's one sort of politics of the 707 shutout. If the cops all cells, a military equipment, we might be able to stop the wildfire epidemic. No, I don't think so. I'll put it another way. Look I have with you on the military equipment. It's you know, you know how I feel about that. But you could sell all the military equipment and it's not going to stop. This epidemic of fires. I mean, this is a This is a problem It doesn't have to do with with spending purely anyway. It has to do with climate environment and changes in the planet. And as my partner just mentioned, I thought it was really a good point. I mean, he blew by it because it was in the middle of a bunch of other stuff he was updating, but that You know that urban interface is going to be a broader and broader area. In other words, they're regions that air populace regions that are encroaching on land. That Didn't have people in it for years. So the sprawl, the more it encroaches, And then the more you have these other components of the climate changing, drier, hotter, etcetera. You. Ah, you end up with fires in much greater numbers, and they burn much hotter and over much bigger areas and now because of all those people living there Many more people are threatened, and structures are threatened. 415 80 88 10 as we continue on kgo. To say the stock market has been like a roller coaster lately is an understatement. And if you feel like you've done to the bullet now that the market is on an upswing, think again. O'Donnell Financial Group is in business for times like these, and especially for those nearing or in retirement. We help our client's reduced their risk from market declines by focusing on asset protection, steady income and ultimately providing a desired quality of life in retirement, so If you feel more confident about another substantial decline in the.