San Francisco Bay Bridge under an orange smoke-filled sky at midday in San Francisco, California.
After the Northern California wildfire spread rapidly due to high winds, it led to havoc Across US State. As the residents of California woke up with an orange sky filled with a thick smoke over a bridge in Oroville, California. The flames could be seen above vehicles on Highway 162 as the Bear Fire burns in Oroville, California.
At least seven people were pronounced dead in wildfires in Washington, Oregon, and California on Wednesday after the blazes got fueled by the high winds. In Northern California, the fast-moving Bear Fire created apocalyptic scenes as smoke-filled air settled over the Bay Area and produced an orange glow. The blaze forced thousands of people to flee their homes.
The worst affected place came out to be Oregon where a wildfire was driven by 45-mile-per-hour wind gusts through two towns. And destroyed more than a thousand homes. The situation was so worst that some people had not been able to escape from the havoc that occurred.