San Francisco Chokes on Toxic Air as Wildfires Rage

Redwood City Fire community alert remains in effect as air quality worsens

Recall portal Znayu wrote deadly California fire victims barely considered, the state has turned into the ashes.

The air quality is expected to get a little better over the weekend, but the situation can change quickly. "Fine particles also can aggravate chronic heart and lung diseases - and even are linked to premature deaths in people with these conditions". "It has to be", Trump told Fox.

"I would tell him that this fire has nothing to do with forest mismanagement".

In the community of Chico, just west of Paradise, volunteers had erected a tented encampment for others forced from their homes.

"We are with you!" This means that people in real danger and can begin the evacuation of the population.

- Missing toll jumps - On Thursday, authorities raised the number of missing people from 300 to 631 as investigators went back and reviewed emergency calls and reports of missing made when the Camp Fire erupted on November 8.

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As devastating wildfires continue to cripple the state of California, a pair of viral photos demonstrate how thick smoke from the still-burning Camp Fire is dramatically impacting the landscape in San Francisco, which is located more than 140 miles away from the blaze. The air feels thicker. Persons with chronic lung or heart disease or other medical conditions, should check with their healthcare provider before using an N95 mask, as they can make breathing more hard. Many people had to flee their homes with not much time to prepare.

Hundreds of rescuers, backed by sniffer dogs, were going from house to house, as authorities called on relatives of the missing to provide DNA samples to help with body identification.

Three more people have also died in the Woolsey Fire, further south. As of earlier today, the fire had burned 138,000 acres and was 35-percent contained.

Adding to their misery, an outbreak of the highly contagious norovirus has been reported at several shelters.

While the cause of the Camp Fire is still under investigation, a lawsuit has been filed against the local power company, PG&E, by fire victims claiming negligence.

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