A wildfire is threatening Southern California after fierce gusting wind comparable to a hurricane was detected on October 5.
According to a Weather Channel article, about 260 people and hospital patients were moved to a military base after many small fires in Southern California were seen. A red flag warning was raised in the whole region by the National Weather Service, and officials speculate that the fires could last until Sunday evening. The winds had a speed of 65 mph, damaging properties and causing accidents in the area.
Meteorologist Jon Erdman said the month of October is well-known for wildfires in California. In October 2003, 273,000 acres were burnt, destroying 2,800 structures and killing 14 after a Cedar Fire hit San Diego County.
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