County Fire Illuminates Sky in Napa Valley, California

StoryfulNewsPublished: July 2, 2018
Published: July 2, 2018

A wildfire dubbed the “County Fire” – which stretched across several parts of Sacramento, California – prompted evacuations with residents being warned of dry winds and high temperatures. By early July 2, the fire had crossed 44,500 acres and was 2% contained. The fire has sent smoke and fog as far as San Francisco, causing the sky to appear orange, reducing visibility and decreasing air quality. The first video shows smoke and ash rising from the fire on highway 128 in Napa County. The second video shows the sky illuminated orange above Lake Berryessa. Credit: Craig Philpott via Storyful

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