Ash Is Falling From The Sky Above
Now we faced an ash falling in Disneyland.When Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade predicted that the world will end on October 15, many people laughed at him. After all, this wasn’t the first time that Meade had “cried wolf”. Earlier this year, he stated that life as we know it would be over on September 23.
However, despite his considerably ludicrous claims, the people of Northern California are starting to believe that Meade may be on to something as ash has started to fall from the sky like rain, leaving a ghostly orange cloud over the ‘Sunshine State’.
Currently, there are 15 wildfires raging across Northern California. The furious blazes are consuming everything in their path, which so far includes an estimated 2,000 buildings and the lives of 17 people.
Most of the fires began on Sunday after dry conditions and extreme winds worked together to ignite the firestorm. By Tuesday, 20,000 people had been ordered to evacuate the area as firefighters worked tirelessly to extinguish the flames, and others were ordered to pack a bag so that they’d be ready to leave at a very short notice.
How Had It Looked Like?
Ash falling in Disneyland shown The extreme fires, which are already being called “one of the worst disasters in California history,” are currently challenging hundreds of firefighters as they try to save what they can. So far the wildfires have claimed 122,000 acres of land across the north of the state.
Was It Cruel?
Included in the death toll are 100-year-old Charles Rippey and his 98-year-old wife, Sara, who perished inside their home in Napa as the flames engulfed the property. Since Sunday, 17 people have lost their lives, but over 100 more are being treated in various hospitals for fire-related injuries, such as burns and smoke inhalation. In addition to that, more than 180 people are currently missing.
Ash falling in Disneyland caused Thousands of homes are under wildfire. With the biggest blaze, the Tubbs fire, destroying 571 homes alone.
The Curzon’s house is one of those razed to the ground. The family was awoken in the early hours of Monday morning to the smell of smoke, assuming it was just a neighbor’s barbecue or chimney they went back to sleep. But a few hours later they were awoken again by their whimpering dog, Brady.
What Said The Men Who Live There?
Upon looking outside Mr. Curzon witnessed a frightening sight as the flames crept closer. Initially, he thought a bomb had been dropped, or some form of attack has occurred. “It looked like we were at war,” Curzon said. “The sky was orange and there were embers falling from the sky.”
The horrifying scenes are reminiscent of the Oakland Hills wildfires which turned Northern California into an inferno in October 1991. Over 2,900 buildings and 25 lives were lost during the firestorm and the economic loss was valued at $1.5 billion.
Currently, all efforts are being made to contain the wildfires as they advance menacingly to claim more of the picturesque north Californian hills. Meanwhile, more tragic scenes such as this are surfacing online:
We can keep a thought for them, Who lost their loved ones.