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The California Wildfire is the Second Largest in the State’s History

The fire that has been going on for 3 weeks in the US state of California, called “Dixie”, has been registered as the second largest fire in the history of the state. U.S. officials say more than 187,000 hectares were damaged in the blaze, the Anatolia Agency (AA) reported.

The Dixie fire, which is still active in northwestern California, has not been brought under control so far.

According to a statement issued by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire), “Dixie”, which has been active for three weeks, is registered as the second largest fire in the history of the state.

Cal Fire reports that a total of 187,000 acres in the region have been completely burned, and beside the historic city of Greenville, which has been reduced to ashes, many buildings are unusable.

– The city of Greenville has been completely reduced to ashes

The Dixie fire completely destroyed the historic northwestern city of Greenville, home to more than 800 people, and left more than 180 buildings unusable.

The U.S. National Inter-Agency Fire Department says more than 37,000 wildfires across the country since the start of the year have reduced to more than 300,000 acres of ash.

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