According to reports, a small California community was destroyed by a deadly bear fire about 100 miles north of Sacramento on Wednesday.
The bear fire is part of the northern complex of fires that have collectively burned more than 254,000 acres in the northern part of the state.
“My immigrant father owns Village Market, the only store in Berry Creek. It burned in #BearFire, ”a reporter for Chico Enterprise-Record tweeted on Wednesday. He said, “I put everything in the business, so that my brother and all the opportunities in the world can be found.” He often worked an 80-hour week. We have insurance, but our hearts are still hurt. ”
According to enterprise-records, most structures in Berry Creek with a population of about 1,200 – east of Chico, California.
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More than 100 people were rescued in the fire that broke out on Tuesday night, including at least five people who were severely burned, SFGate and Enterprise-Record reported.
The bear fire has killed at least three people and at least 12 people were missing till Wednesday night.
As of Wednesday, the bear fire was still raging.
In Berry Creek, a man was found dead trying to escape from the fire, which accelerated overnight and joined the North Complex fire.
The victim was found dead in a car by Mercury News of San Jose on Wednesday morning. Officials said the victim walked towards a ditch and attempted to flee on foot before the flames went ahead.
Butte County Sheriff Department said that according to local reports, at least three people died in connection with the fire. The identity of the victims was not immediately released.
A fire in Battee County on Wednesday destroyed or damaged more than 2,000 structures and threatened thousands more.
The city of paradise, which was devastated at the campfire 2018, was once again in danger.
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Heaven News Mayor Greg Bolin lost his home in 2018, it creates a panic in you. “Smells, ashes are falling – and a lot of ash is falling right now – everything reminds me of that day. It makes you feel – here we go again.”
Fox News’ Michael Ruiz contributed to this report.