The deadly California fire that has set the suburbs and forestland of Northern California on fire for over a week turned into a monstrous giant fireball after the winds whipped it at a high speed.
The deadly fire of 2020 has spread upto 25 miles in two days span and has forced more than 20,000 people to evacuate the Plumas, Butte and Yuba counties with over three losing their life to the giant fire.
The deadly fire has also cremated an entire town with a population of 545 and has turned the sky of California into cherry red shade.
The continued rage of wildfire along the West Coast of the US took the attention of the Democrats Presidential nominee Joe Biden who shared the video of the same on his social media account calling out current President Donald Trump.
Make no mistake: Climate change is already here — and we’re witnessing its devastating effects every single day.
We have to get President Trump out of the White House and treat this crisis like the existential threat that it is. pic.twitter.com/NXzkpaRVsY
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) September 10, 2020
Moreover, the young climate activist Greta Thunberg also shared the photo of the ablaze forestland on her social media handle and wrote, “Reporting is not enough.
Connecting the dots is not enough.
Mentioning the link to the climate crisis is not enough
(even though it would kind of help…).
If we are to have a small chance, this needs to be our main focus.
It needs to dominate the news.
All the time.” highlighting the climate crisis and its adverse effects that we are facing.