Blame for the wildfires is spreading like…
“The proposals, aimed at stopping fires this year, would require the utility to remove an estimated 100 million trees…”
“…would be used to set up a fund to pay billions of dollars in potential claims from wildfires”
It’s a tough enough job as it is
“At approximately 6:30 a.m. a PG&E employee observed fire in the vicinity…”
“It just kind of looked like we’d be headed into Mordor.”
Taking your breath away
“PG&E may not have enough to cover this cost…”
“If you see anyone on the list who is no longer missing please contact us…”
“…firefighters said the threat from the ‘Woolsey Fire’ was far from over”
“Northern California’s Camp Fire has torched more than 6,400 homes and killed 29 people since it began Thursday morning…”
Executive action to change wrongheaded policy is still wrong.
“No, we’re not going to die like this.”
“Malibu has about 13,000 residents…”
“This place will burn.”
Like a wild beast.
What next? Volcanos?
What could possibly go wrong?
“Hundreds of rescue workers slogged through knee-deep ooze and used long poles to probe for bodies…”
“I tried not to panic them, but I panicked them.”
“We are in no way near the end of this”
“It’s just very scary, the thought of going home to no home.”
“we just don’t know whether our house is burned down or not, because we can’t even see through all of the smoke.”