Hellacious wildfires in California Thursday and Friday have left at least five people dead and destroyed thousands of buildings, forcing thousands of residents to evacuate.
A blaze in Northern California sent terrified residents running for their lives as it closed in and destroyed parts of the town of Paradise. Five people were found dead there vehicles that were overcome by flames, the Butte County Sheriff's Office said.
And two Southern California fires are just miles from the bar where 12 people were killed in a mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, and evacuations were ordered for Malibu, a seaside city popular with celebrities.
Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu home burned down:
Here's how the the fast-moving wildfires in Southern Cal look from space:
More views of the raging fires from space:
Butte County, California saw this horrifying "firenado":
This is awful:
It looks downright apocalyptic:
Thoughts and prayers for the people in California.
This is horrendous:
The bodies of Helen Hargan, 23, and Pamela Hansen Hargan, 63, were found shot to death inside their McLean house in July 2017. Police had initially said it appeared Helen Hargen shot her mother and then turned the gun on herself.
However, police documents filed last November indicated they believed the crime scene “may have been altered and staged” to look like a murder-suicide. Suspicion fell on Megan Hargan after she attempted to make “fraudulent” wire transfers from her mother’s accounts after her death, according to police search warrants.
Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes reportedly blocked the protesters from her office this morning with trucks:
From the report:
Congressman Matt Gaetz, who won his reelection bid, is present in front of the office and got into a shouting match with a Democrat over the validity of what the recount.