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San Francisco firefighters shared heart-breaking videos on Tuesday with a front view of a fire truck rushing to the front lines of the fire on a burning hill, through thick smoke, orange flames and blazing embers

Seventeen devastating forest fires continued to burn throughout the state of California on Tuesday and burned down over 94,000 acres of land, while desperate efforts to suppress the expanding hell fled hundreds of locals, left millions without power and the Malibu ocean turned pink with fire retardant.

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The Getty Fire, which erupted in Los Angeles County on Monday, is the last outbreak to cause anger in the Golden State and covers 618 hectares on Tuesday morning. The fire drifted on luxurious neighborhoods of celebrities and sent stars LeBron James, Kate Hudson and Arnold Schwarzenegger in search of shelter.

The fires left 1,065.00 without electricity at the weekend and moved 200,000 in the San Francisco Bay because of the Kincade Fire – the most imminent fire in California at the moment.

The Kincade Fire, which was lit on October 23, has become twice as large as San Francisco in just 24 hours by destroying the heart of the wine country by burning 74,324 hectares of land. From Monday evening the growing fire was only 15 percent enclosed.

San Francisco firefighters shared heart-breaking videos on Tuesday with a front view of a fire truck rushing to the front lines of the fire on a burning hill in Sonoma County, through thick smoke, orange flames and burning embers.

San Francisco firefighters shared heart-breaking videos on Tuesday with a front view of a fire truck rushing to the front lines of the fire on a burning hill, through thick smoke, orange flames and blazing embers

San Francisco firefighters shared heart-breaking videos on Tuesday with a front view of a fire truck rushing to the front lines of the fire on a burning hill, through thick smoke, orange flames and blazing embers

San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 shared footage of the Kincade Fire rage at 3 o'clock & San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 & # 39;
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San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 shared footage of the Kincade Fire rage at 3 o'clock & San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 & # 39;

San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 shared the footage of the Kincade Fire rage at 3:00 am and added: & We appreciate their complete dedication to the task of protecting lives and property. & # 39;

Seventeen forest fires are currently on fire in California, and raging through Tuesday 94.00 hectares of land. Firefighters pictured above tackling the Getty fire near the Getty Center in Los Angles on Monday night

Seventeen forest fires are currently on fire in California, and raging through Tuesday 94.00 hectares of land. Firefighters pictured above tackling the Getty fire near the Getty Center in Los Angles on Monday night

Seventeen forest fires are currently on fire in California, and raging through Tuesday 94.00 hectares of land. Firefighters pictured above tackling the Getty fire near the Getty Center in Los Angles on Monday night

Efforts to spread the fire through spread led authorities to sprinkle fire retardant over Malibu, turning the ocean pink

Efforts to spread the fire through spread led authorities to sprinkle fire retardant over Malibu, turning the ocean pink

Efforts to spread the fire through spread led authorities to sprinkle fire retardant over Malibu, turning the ocean pink

This NASA photo released Tuesday from NASA & # 39; s Terra satellite shows the huge plume of smoke flowing down the California coast from the devastating Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, which has grown to over 74,000 acres

This NASA photo released Tuesday from NASA & # 39; s Terra satellite shows the huge plume of smoke flowing down the California coast from the devastating Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, which has grown to over 74,000 acres

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This NASA photo released Tuesday from NASA & # 39; s Terra satellite shows the huge plume of smoke flowing down the California coast from the devastating Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, which has grown to over 74,000 acres

Eleven of the biggest fires furious by California pictured above. The Getty Fire in Los Angeles is the last fire that sparked Monday and threatened some of the richest neighborhoods in the city. Meanwhile, the devastating Kincade fire in Northern California has become twice as large as San Francisco by Tuesday

Eleven of the biggest fires furious by California pictured above. The Getty Fire in Los Angeles is the last fire that sparked Monday and threatened some of the richest neighborhoods in the city. Meanwhile, the devastating Kincade fire in Northern California has become twice as large as San Francisco by Tuesday

Eleven of the biggest fires furious by California pictured above. The Getty Fire in Los Angeles is the last fire that sparked Monday and threatened some of the richest neighborhoods in the city. Meanwhile, the devastating Kincade fire in Northern California has become twice as large as San Francisco by Tuesday

San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 shared the footage of the Kincade Fire rage at 3:00 am and added: & We appreciate their complete dedication to the task of protecting lives and property. & # 39;

So far, the Kincade Fire has destroyed 123 structures, including 57 residential properties. Approximately 90,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to Cal Fire Division Chief Jonathan Cox.

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"We are now playing both offensive and defensive on two different sides of the fire, and we have to turn that around tomorrow when that wind event comes through," he said during a press conference on Monday evening.

The wind is expected to reach 20 to 30 miles per hour on Tuesday and to reach 50 miles per hour on Tuesday, leaving Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. a power outage starts early Tuesday that flows 605,000 customers – about 1.5 million people – from 29 Northern California provinces, according to Fox news.

An Illinois couple married in Sonoma County in Northern California amid the anger of Kincade, posed for a dramatic wedding portrait with masks on Saturday.

Wedding photographer Karna Roa took the gripping of newlyweds Katie and Curtis Ferland, from Chicago, who married at the Chateau St. Jean Winery in Kenwood while the Kincade Fire burned just a few miles away.

& # 39; The entire area was of course super smoky, & # 39; Roa said to Fox. & # 39; I would like to say that this is the first time it has happened, but this is the third year in a row that this wine country has experienced this. & # 39;

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Small fires contributed to the total fire disaster that devastated California. On Sunday, a grass fire broke out along the I-5 highway in Natomas near Sacramento, where cars were set on fire and the locals were on their way to safety.

Good Samaritan Gerald Contreras registered the chaos along the highway, where the central reservation was on fire. In the moving images, he guides enclosed drivers to drive through a cut hole in a wire fence to escape the blazing road.

& # 39; The median really caught fire and I think that scared many people. So, many of the cars tried to get away from the median and went to the shoulder. And then the fire caught on the shoulder too and they were stuck, & # 39; said Contreras ABC10.

& # 39; Fortunately, everyone worked out well. No one was injured except a few cars & # 39; s added Contreras.

. On Sunday a grass fire broke out along the I-5 highway in Natomas near Sacramento, where cars were set on fire and local pedestrians were sent on foot to safety

. On Sunday a grass fire broke out along the I-5 highway in Natomas near Sacramento, where cars were set on fire and local pedestrians were sent on foot to safety

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. On Sunday a grass fire broke out along the I-5 highway in Natomas near Sacramento, where cars were set on fire and local pedestrians were sent on foot to safety

Good Samaritan Gerald Contreras registered the chaos along the highway, where the central reservation was on fire. In the moving images, he guides enclosed drivers to drive through a cut hole in a wire fence to escape the blazing road

Good Samaritan Gerald Contreras registered the chaos along the highway, where the central reservation was on fire. In the moving images, he guides enclosed drivers to drive through a cut hole in a wire fence to escape the blazing road

Good Samaritan Gerald Contreras registered the chaos along the highway, where the central reservation was on fire. In the moving images, he guides enclosed drivers to drive through a cut hole in a wire fence to escape the blazing road

& # 39; Fortunately, everyone worked out well. No one was injured except a few cars & # 39; s said Contreras on the grass

& # 39; Fortunately, everyone worked out well. No one was injured except a few cars & # 39; s said Contreras on the grass

& # 39; Fortunately, everyone worked out well. No one was injured except a few cars & # 39; s said Contreras on the grass

Several fires are concentrated in LA County. The Saddle Ridge Fire, which started on October 10, continues to cause great damage in the land of LA that covers 8.79 hectares. The Tick Fire, which started on October 24, is also expanding in LA County with an area of ​​4.65 hectares.

The fires sounded the alarm when they came in the wake of last year's devastating fires that decimated California and expressed concern over how the forest fires have grown in intensity in recent years.

The World Meteorological Organization reported that although forest fires have declined over the years, they have grown in size, intensity and scope.

The Getty Fire is currently threatening some of the richest areas of Los Angeles, as crews work a second day to tackle the flames and prevent the brush fire from spreading.

The Getty Fire, which erupted in Los Angeles County on Monday, is the newest outbreak of anger in the Golden State and destroyed 618 acres on Tuesday morning. The fire drifted onto luxurious neighborhoods of celebrities that star LeBron James, Kate Hudson and Arnold Schwarzenegger in search of shelter

The Getty Fire, which erupted in Los Angeles County on Monday, is the newest outbreak of anger in the Golden State and destroyed 618 acres on Tuesday morning. The fire drifted onto luxurious neighborhoods of celebrities that star LeBron James, Kate Hudson and Arnold Schwarzenegger in search of shelter

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The Getty Fire, which erupted in Los Angeles County on Monday, is the newest outbreak of anger in the Golden State and destroyed 618 acres on Tuesday morning. The fire drifted onto luxurious neighborhoods of celebrities that star LeBron James, Kate Hudson and Arnold Schwarzenegger in search of shelter

These hotspots on the map issued by the National Weather Service show were the most intense fires that burned on Monday, October 28 in and around Los Angeles and Northern California

These hotspots on the map issued by the National Weather Service show were the most intense fires that burned on Monday, October 28 in and around Los Angeles and Northern California

These hotspots on the map issued by the National Weather Service show were the most intense fires that burned on Monday, October 28 in and around Los Angeles and Northern California

A fireman tries to spray flames while a house burns in the Getty fire area along Tigertail Road

A fireman tries to spray flames while a house burns in the Getty fire area along Tigertail Road

A fireman tries to spray flames while a house burns in the Getty fire area along Tigertail Road

A man walks past a house that is being destroyed by the Getty fire in Los Angeles
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A man walks past a house that is being destroyed by the Getty fire in Los Angeles

A man walks past a house that is being destroyed by the Getty fire in Los Angeles

Fire and anger: flames destroy a farm structure in Windsor where the Kincade Fire contained only 15 percent last night and may not be completely under control until the second week of November

Fire and anger: flames destroy a farm structure in Windsor where the Kincade Fire contained only 15 percent last night and may not be completely under control until the second week of November

Fire and anger: flames destroy a farm structure in Windsor where the Kincade Fire contained only 15 percent last night and may not be completely under control until the second week of November

Firefighters try to dampen the Getty fire as it climbs a hill on Mandeville Canyon

Firefighters try to dampen the Getty fire as it climbs a hill on Mandeville Canyon

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Firefighters try to dampen the Getty fire as it climbs a hill on Mandeville Canyon

The homes of Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, LeBron James, Josh Duhamel and Arnold Schwarzenegger are located in an area under mandatory evacuation orders

The homes of Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, LeBron James, Josh Duhamel and Arnold Schwarzenegger are located in an area under mandatory evacuation orders

The homes of Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, LeBron James, Josh Duhamel and Arnold Schwarzenegger are located in an area under mandatory evacuation orders

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James revealed that his family had to evacuate their home in the middle of the night and said that the fires & # 39; no joke & # 39; goods

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James revealed that his family had to evacuate their home in the middle of the night and said that the fires & # 39; no joke & # 39; goods

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James revealed that his family had to evacuate their home in the middle of the night and said that the fires & # 39; no joke & # 39; goods

It is not clear how much, or none, harms LeBron James & multi-million dollar home (pictured for the fire)

It is not clear how much, or none, harms LeBron James & multi-million dollar home (pictured for the fire)

It is not clear how much, or none, harms LeBron James & multi-million dollar home (pictured for the fire)

The area of ​​Mulholland runs south and east to the 405 Freeway where evacuation took place, with around 20,000 residents being packed, according to the Los Angeles fire brigade.

It is believed that the fire has been fueled by a downed power pole, said Mayor Eric Garcetti in Los Angeles Monday in a press conference. An investigation is being conducted to see if that is true.

& # 39; We just don't have a definitive answer. Our focus is now on bringing people back to their homes, & # 39; said the LA Fire Department spokesperson, Brian Humphrey. Bloomberg.

At the moment the fire is not extensive and crews are working to keep it that way.

& # 39; The good news is that the fire has not grown at all, & # 39; said Garcetti. & # 39; It stays in place, & # 39; he added.

The famous Getty Center museum, a renowned LA monument where Rembrandt and Van Gogh work from the top of the Santa Monica Mountains, was spared the fire because it is just outside the evacuation area.

The Getty Fire threatens 90,000 buildings in the evacuation zone and around 587,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers were without power on Monday afternoons due to deliberate blackouts intended to reduce the risk of forest fires, according to New York Times.

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