City in flames: a Famous museum in danger

forest Fires continue to raze large parts of the u.s. state of California. the Latest are the massive fires moved closer and closer to the megapolis of Los An

City in flames: a Famous museum in danger

forest Fires continue to raze large parts of the u.s. state of California. the Latest are the massive fires moved closer and closer to the megapolis of Los An

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
30 October 2019 Wednesday 19:00
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City in flames: a Famous museum in danger

forest Fires continue to raze large parts of the u.s. state of California.

the Latest are the massive fires moved closer and closer to the megapolis of Los Angeles, where a number of superstars, including LeBron James and Arnold Swarzenegger, on Tuesday have been evacuated, while more expensive houses have already been devoured by the conflagration.

Intl. known - 29. oct. 2019 - at. 08:59 Celebs fleeing from wild fires

Now of the city's most famous museums are in danger of going up in smoke. Former president Ronald Reagan has namely a so-called præsidentmuseum in Simi Valley in northern Los Angeles, where a fire now raging.

because of dangerous wind conditions have on Wednesday, you chose to close the museum. The fire is now only 30 yards (27 metres, red.) from the Reagan museum, writes the american media USA Today.

'We are closed because of the fires. Thank you to all of you, who are fighting to protect our territory', writes Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Facebook.

7000 homes in Simi Valley near the museum have already been evacuated for fear of the severe forest fires.

the Flames reached to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Wednesday afternoon u.s. time. Photo: Mark Ralston/Ritzau Scanpix
Thousands evacuated
forest Fires are Wednesday continue to be out of control in large parts of the delstalen. According to the authorities in California are up against of 180,000 people have been asked to leave their homes.

Gusts of up to 130 kilometres an hour have helped to spread the fire further and have made it stronger.

California's largest electric utility, Pacific Gas & Electric Co., reported Monday that they expect to turn the power off at around 940.000 home and companies.

The preventive action is expected to affect around two million people.

- Gain of the here strength poses a greater risk of damage to the electrical system and sparks and thus the further spread of the skovbranden, reads the explanation from the big power company.

the foreign ministry's Citizen service advises Danish travellers in California to be aware.

'Who has left a state of emergency because of the wildfires', writes authority on Twitter.

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Intl. known - 29. oct. 2019 - at. 08:59 Celebs fleeing from wild fires

See also: Large parts of the forest fires in California are not under the control

Updated: 30.10.2019 19:00
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