Valley Fire started on Saturday in San Diego County, California. The major fire blaze has caused huge destruction in the valley and had burned 9,850 acres southeast of Alpine, CA with 11 prominent structures being completely destroyed. The government is having a proper check on the entire incident and several evacuation orders have been given on the same.
It seems like nature has adopted the disrupting side. Currently, the entire world is facing the global threat of COVID-19, simultaneously numerous other troubles are surrounding mankind from all sides. Whether it’s about the arrival of the Bubonic Plague or a sudden beginning of a valley fire that took place in San Diego County, California. The valley incident marked it’s beginning on 5th September, Saturday, and caused major destruction in the area. Till now land area of about 9,850 acres southeast of Alpine has been destroyed. The fire also caused the spoiling of 11 structures. The government is making constant efforts to place a firm grip over the entire situation and is also trying it’s best to have a proper check on the security of the lives of the people associated.
Evacuation in progress
The Cal Fire and Cleveland National Forest are the agencies that made a quick response to the entire incident. The primary cause of the fire is still unknown and a search team has been appointed to acknowledge the major reason behind this. Evacuation orders have been provided to evacuate the people stuck in the affected area to a safe location in order to ensure the absolute security of the masses. The Cerveacre community, Southeast of Alpine, areas west of the intersection of Japatul Rd and Lyons Valley Rd were the prior marked area under evacuation orders. In such difficult circumstances, evacuations are voluntary, however, each and every individual should be prepared to evacuate in order to carry out the evacuation process as per the orders issued by the authorities.
Japatul road at Lyons Valley Rd/ Japatul Valley RD; Lyons Valley Road at Honey Springs Road; Wisecarver Lane; Skyline truck and Lawson valley were among the few roads that faced closure with big barricades due to the sudden outbreak of fire in the valley. The Steele Canyon High School; Joan MacQueen Middle School and County Animal South Shelter are the few places that have been transformed into ‘evacuation centers’ in order to provide proper accommodation to the people being evacuated. The valley is blazing and the best ways are being opted to reach fruitful consequences and protect the area from further destruction.