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Massive Wildfires Force Mass Evacuations in Spain

Posted by feww on August 20, 2011

Tsunamis of fire consume large parts of Calblanque natural park in Murcia region, SE Spain

Thousands of people are forced to evacuate the town of Portman, near Cartagena.

[August 19, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,671 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

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Disaster Calendar 2011 – August 19 Entry

  • Murcia, Spain. Raging wildfires, fueled by strong winds and high temperatures, have consumed large parts of Calblanque natural park in Murcia region, southeastern Spain. The raging fires have forced thousands of residents to flee the town of Portman, near the historic city of Cartagena, reports said.

Texas Could Experience Back-to-Back Fire Seasons

  • Texas, USA. Raging wildfires continue to consume the drought-plagued state of Texas.
    • Wildfires have consumed 5,400 square miles [3,456,000 acres] since mid-November, 2010, TFS reported [3,392,130 acres since January].
    • Fire have destroyed 1,945 structures [2,650 according to FEWW estimate] since January.
    • Fast-moving wildfires have destroyed dozens of homes/structures in the past few days.
    • A record 250 of Texas’s 254 counties are currently under burn bans.
    • So far, 7  of the 10 largest wildfires in the state’s history have occurred this year.
  • Louisiana, USA. Department of Natural Resources Office of Conservation has issued an Emergency Order in response the extended drought conditions in southern Caddo parish, a report said.
    • South Caddo Parish has experienced “moderate” to “exceptional” drought conditions for 15 consecutive months.

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