Satellite image shows Phoenix and Talent, Oregon, nearly wiped out by wildfires



A mass-lit trail through parts of Talent and Phoenix, the house has about 11,000 people combined. The injured area, seen in images from Maxar Technologies, eliminates Interstate 5.

“The Almada Drive wildfires caused extensive property damage on Tuesday with damage to hundreds of structures,” a news release said on Tuesday.

Some 600 residences and 100 other structures were destroyed, it notes.

“The largest loss of human life and property could be caused by wildfires in our state’s history,” Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday about the wildfires burning across her state.

Phoenix and Talent “have been largely destroyed,” she said.

Nearly everything north of the I-5 overpass in Phoenix is ​​scorched.

The forest fire is slanting between Interstate and State Highway 99, making mobile home parks half-naked.

Zooming north of Phoenix Road, everything seems to be enchanted except for a few businesses.

Mobile home parks on both sides of Highway 99 appear to have caused a lot of damage from forest fires.

In Talent, just four miles south, another mobile home park along Highway 99 appears to be damaged.

First responders, city employees and others at Talent worked to drive people out and protect property Tuesday and overnight.

City officials said the area is still dangerous due to several hot spots and downed power lines.

The state dashboard showed that the fire did not start until Thursday afternoon and burned over 5,700 acres.

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