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Wild Fire in California causes people to flee their homes and surroundingsCalifornia woke to an unusual morning when it saw the wild fire spreading through the central coast. The fire has compelled atleast 8000 people to flee while destroying their properties.  The biggest task firefighters have is to douse the fire before it reaches the mountain tops and destroy the communication towers and electrical infrastructure.

According to the State Department of Forestry and Fire Protection the massive fire that is the Alamo fire was noted near Highway 166 in North of Santa Barbra County. Evacuation of at least 200 people was carried out as it was of paramount importance. Around 1000 firefighters were dispatched to bring the fire under control. In the south of Santa Barbra the fire started in the Whittier near LakeCachuma and spread around 12 sq miles. This massive fire had lowered by Sunday due to the winds that were blowing from Pacific. They assisted in controlling the fire spreading towards downhill. A lot of campers and people were trapped in their cars could breathe a sigh of relief.

Governor Jerry Brown has made a provision of giving additional resources to the firefighters and has declared a state of emergency. Some people are saying hot and dry conditions are the real cause of fire.

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