In Oroville, California, as the wildfires which dozens in numbers are calming down throughout the western section of the United States, authorities have reversed the evacuation orders and allowing people from the entire regions to get back to their residences.
It seems the West is finally under control of the authorities, which was till now under several wildfires, and these fires are spread across the entire western region of the country, as the firefighters reported that they had contained around 70 to 80 percent of the total fire.
The authorities of the Northern Californian town of Oroville have allowed the over 4,000 residents of the region to go back to their home, as they authorities have uplifted the evacuation orders, although the fire remains, around 20 to 30 percent is left. Whereas, the nearby regions of the state, where the fire was the problem and forced them to evacuate the region and returned to the homes.
On the other regions like Santa Barbara County, there are nearly more than 3,500 residents had to follow the evacuation orders, which now overturned and asked them to return their homes, as the fire is being contaminated within a day or two. Though there are some houses which are still under evacuation orders, such as the residential areas near Lake Cachuma that are still burning under wildfire.
The situation is same in the wildfire-affected regions such as in Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Colorado, where firefighters are still fighting to contain the fire and at the same time evacuation orders are revoked.