Wildfires fueled by record heat and drought as evacuations continue l GMA

Dozens of fires have exploded out West and remain largely uncontained amid the deadly heat with evacuation orders in effect as firefighters battle back-to-back flames.
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33 thoughts on “Wildfires fueled by record heat and drought as evacuations continue l GMA

  1. The fires are not "fueled" by heat, they are fueled by wood — trees and brush. This is the dry season. The vegetation dries out every year, then it burns. This is normal, not out of the ordinary. Quit your carbon dioxide bullshit. You know nothing about the Western climate. Shut up!

  2. This is so heartbreaking to watch. The absolute devastation to families, homes and property and the wildlife. Too much suffering to calculate. God please help all those effected and watch over the people on the front lines.

  3. Isaiah 13:11 King James Version
    11 And I will punish the world for their evil, and the wicked for their iniquity; and I will cause the arrogancy of the proud to cease, and will lay low the haughtiness of the terrible.

  4. So you lost everything really super fast and it was gone and you know minutes to seconds so you know that's you know tragic and all you know what I mean but it's there's you know some shock value to that but I tell you try losing everything in your life slowly watching it come on gun and come unravel and then suddenly you're homeless only there's nobody to call there's no Mom and no dad no Uncle no sister no brother no nobody and you have no one and you completely alone and the brokenness and the wave of aloneness and just complete utter destructive feeling comes over you and you don't know what you'll do you don't know how you'll go on another day you you cry yourself to sleep and you can't think of the nightmare that your life is become you wander the streets with your backpack you wander the streets with your things if you even have anything and you see the shock in the horror on all the other people's faces at the homeless shelter the brokenness the dreams gone down the two did you oh my God you have no idea try being homeless try that out for a change see where you get see how you feel

  5. How about Southern Oregon fires. It sucks for Cali. However Southern Oregon is at almost 250 thousand acers, farmers and Oregonians have lost precious farm land homes and live stock. Not putting Cali on the back shelf but why aren't we mentioning Oregon.

  6. 1). 2400 gallons of water to make one pound of beef 2). 1800 gallons to make one pound of almonds 3). 1000 gallons to make one pound of sugar etc etc etc. I have a great idea lets keep building mega cities and farms in the desert

  7. These firefighters are forced labour inmates to fight fire outside prison and they got paid 2$ a day.shame on USA they always pointed their fingers against China about Uygurs

  8. when will there be an end to California burning??!!!! What has it been over a solid decade that California has been burning….never going a single year w/no fires….actually….has Cali' been burning since the 70's…!!???!!! No wonder in the late 90's to the very early 2000's there was a mass exodus of Californians many went to Colorado & would never say why there was such a mass exodus from that state. no doubt why any more

  9. 😇Many People Not Enough Water😇
    River Discharge Flow Rates:
    Mississippi 593,000 ft³/s
    Saint Lawrence 356,700 ft³/s
    Columbia 264,900 ft³/s
    Ohio 262,700 ft³/s
    Missouri 86,340 ft³/s
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    Colorado 22,600 ft³/s
    They say one in 10 Americans live from the water of the Colorado River. Yet it's one of the smallest rivers in America? Everybody needs to realize that you can't sustain populations in the desert in Los Angeles and all these places from that little tiny River. The northwest has plenty of water. So does the Northeast, so does the Midwest, so does the Gulf.
    The problem is population density in a bad place. It's called critical mass, unsustainable.

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