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Yakima-based outfit sends crews to help battle California wildfires

13 Octubre 2017

The future is unknown for Dana as he's been in contact with his insurance company, but it's unclear when the rebuilding process will begin. Michael died more than two years ago at the age of 31 from colon cancer.

"From all of your northern neighbours, stay strong California, our thoughts are with you", said the Wine Institute in a release.

Officials were concerned that the many separate blazes would merge into larger infernos. The 27-year-old iron worker's home in Coffey Park and all his tools were destroyed in the wildfire on Monday. On Wednesday, the ridges were obscured by the growing clouds of smoke. "We also want to extend a heartfelt thank you to the firefighters and first responders who are working tirelessly to help those in need and bring the fires under control".

Any electrical facilities in Sonoma County are owned by the utility, unless the facilities are on private property, King said.

Officials at the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford are monitoring the air quality situations as weekend football games approach. "The bottom line is we have a hot shower, a bathroom and a bed and blankets", said wildfire evacuee from Sonoma, Eric Morrison.

Having just finished the Teanaway Fire northeast of Cle Elum on Tuesday, the 20-member Ahtanum hand crew left for Northern California early Thursday morning, said state Department of Natural Resources spokesman Joe Smillie. "They won't tell us nothing". The sheriff expects the death toll to climb. He said, "To see all of this is very strange and a little, makes you a little sick to your stomach". "We can't even get into most areas". But there's something special about the tools as they belonged to another iron worker named, Michael Ewing - Michael and David Ewing's son. Until now, the efforts have focused on "life safety" rather than extinguishing the blazes, partly because the flames were shifting with winds and targeting communities without warning.

In Southern California, cooler weather and moist ocean air helped firefighters gain ground against a wildfire that has scorched nearly 14 square miles.

The Teanaway River fire, which started Oct. 6, burned 341 acres and is 95 percent contained.

Yakima-based outfit sends crews to help battle California wildfires