Several fires burned statewide in California over the July 4th weekend, USA Today reported on July 6.
In a rural neighborhood in the uppermost part of the state, firefighters maintained a fast-moving blaze, preventing it from reaching a group of forty homes. Another fire that erupted near the Monticello Dam occupied the primary force of firefighters in the area. It destroyed around seven square miles and caused irreparable damage to two homes.
Across state, a Southern California fire forced the evacuation of 200 homes and shut down all holiday events. Although 220 acres were overtaken by the blaze, only two homes were affected.
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