A wildfire in Northern California has become the most destructive in state history

The fire in the town of Paradise, California. 8 Nov 2018

Лесной пожар на севере Калифорнии стал самым разрушительным в истории штата
© 2018 AFP / Josh Edelson

WASHINGTON, 10 Nov — a Forest fire Camp in Northern California, covering more than 36 thousand hectares and destroyed nearly 7 thousand buildings, has become the most destructive in state history, writes the San Francisco Chronicle.

The fire started on Thursday, his victims were nine people.

By far the most destructive in California history was considered a fire Tubbs, also in the North of the state, closer to the coast. It happened in October 2017, covered almost 15 thousand hectares and destroyed more than 5.5 thousand buildings.

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