The firefighters have been continuously making progress against the wildfires that flared up in Northern California during the weekend. The flames have been contained up to 50%. Without any rest, the firefighters are confronting the fire that torched a huge area of 2,200 acres.
Subsequently, as this unforgiving wildfire spread, it even led to an expulsion of residents in Capay Valley.
Fiery flames set at least 7 building ablaze
To begin with, all this havoc initiated in Rumsey, Yolo Country, California on Saturday afternoon. Furthermore, there is no confirmation as to when the residents can return back to their abodes.
In addition to this, firefighters in San Jose to are battling against the fire that torched at least 210 acres of dry brush. The Malech fire that is spreading between San Jose and Morgan Hill, started its course around 3.15 pm on Sunday. But it is now 90% contained.