California’s biggest forest fire was caused by wasps, and an allergic to them

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The authorities categorized the case as an accident, and a man with good intent to cause a fire does not have to be responsible for his negligence. Hopefully next time he will have his mobile phone to call for help.
Between July and November last year, the forests of the largest expanse of California (the Mendocino fire) burned for four months, a firefighter died, 280 buildings were destroyed and 430,000 hectares of forest burned.

Authorities have now published the cause of the fire, and it turned out that a well-intentioned jeans, innocent and banal accident led to a huge fire. The man whose name was not communicated by the authorities is not accused of anything, the incident is treated as an accidental accident, where the person causing the fire has done his best to extinguish the fire. True, his cell phone was not with him, if he could call for help in time, he would probably have had more chances for the firefighters.

As it turned out from the story

IN NORTH CALIFORNIA, PORT IN VALLEYBE A PERFECT TIME ALLERGY FARMER FROM THE HOUSE TO 200 METERS WITH A LARGE BODY TREATED WITH A LONG BOTTLE TO DISPOSE WHEN THE SPIRIT IS LOWER AND LESS FIRE.
The farmer tried to extinguish the fire, first throwing a large canopy, and then trying to dispose of the fire with a hose and his truck, but everything went wrong. The carpet-like, bulky material did not stifle the fire, but it got itself burned and started to burn the pieces of the burner. By the time the man realized that he had no chance alone, he ran back to his home and called the firefighters, but by then there had been a lot of time out and the flame had only escalated.

As the authorities said in the description of the case, the story was first made public to show how little it was enough to create a huge fire later. Fortunately, the Mendocino fire, which became famous, ended up with only one victim, but the fire to the north of San Francisco proved to be very stubborn.

As Seth Brown, Head of the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection in California, said. in the summer of California’s golden horns offer a beautiful sight, but don’t forget for a minute, in hot and dry weather, these grass-like plants burn like fuel.

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