Thomas Fire continues to grow towards Santa Barbra County

Thomas Fire continues to grow towards Santa Barbra County

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#California neighborhood looks like ‘war zone’ after Thomas Fire, resident inform the incident to the reporters.
#New evacuation warning issue for parts of Santa Barbara area.
#Big fire in the history ‘Thomas fire’ was burning from Santa Barbara to Ventura
#Main reason of this fire growth in intense Santa Ana winds.
#On Sunday morning winds in the San Fernando Valley crosses 70 mph in some mountain areas.
#National Weather Service issue a wind advisory for canyon and mountain areas.
#Till Sunday (17-12-2017) Morning, Thomas fire spread around 269,000 acres and more than 18,000 structures are in danger
#Experts update that Fire crews expect to shift their focus from Santa Barbara to Ventura County

Evacuation Orders/notice for Santa Barbara County :-

#You are advise to leave the area immediately.Emergency response staff may not be able to assist you if you choose to stay here. Also your presence in this area can delay emergency response. List of all evacuations as of 12-17-17 8:00 am
The mandatory evacuation orders issued by the Sheriff’s Department for Santa Barbara County includes
Also all areas east of Highway 154, south of East Camino Cielo, west of Toro Canyon and north of -Highway 101 at Toro Canyon to South Salinas. Then north of Alameda Padre Serra and to Highway 192 west to 154.
#The previous evacuation order for the area east of Toro Canyon to Casitas Pass Road north of Highway 192 and south of East Camino Cielo remains in effect. Residents should leave immediately.

Evacuation Warnings:-

Therefore evacuation Warning means there is a potential threat to life and property from the Huge spreading fire.
#People in the Voluntary Evacuation Warning Area should make preparations and ready to leave this area at seconds of alarm.You may receive these instructions with very little notice.

#Firefighters concentrating in Ventura County in the hills above Fillmore where the wildfire continues to burn.But dry conditions combined with low humidity and strong winds hamper their efforts.
#As per whether department Winds are expected to calm down Monday and Tuesday to 10 to 20 mph.
#8,300 fire personnel working to fight the Thomas fire.
#Though till now Firefighting costs around $110 million.
#”Even our kids and family waiting for us, but we are here for the community”, a Firefighter reply.

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