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Texas Bastrop Blaze Burns 25,000 Acres, 476 Homes

Posted by feww on September 5, 2011

Uncontrolled Wildfires Torch Central Texas

63 new fires consume 32,936 acres, including 22 new large fires since yesterday: TFS

Texas Forest Service has responded to 179 fires for 74,186 acres in the past 7 days.

“I understand that losing your home or lifetime possessions is incredibly difficult, but do not put your life in jeopardy,” Gov Perry said.

“I urge Texans to take extreme caution as we continue to see the devastating effects of sweeping wildfires impacting both rural and urban areas of the state.”


The Bastrop County Complex Fire Sunday September 4, 2011. 476 homes have been destroyed by Bastrop County Complex fire, according to Bastrop County Emergency Management Center. Photo courtesy of Wendy Moore/Texas Forest Service.

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Disaster Calendar 2011 – September 5

[September 5, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,654 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • Texas, USA. The worst fires in Central Texas for at least a century are fulled by a year-long intense drought, low humidity and strong winds generated by the remnants of weather system that had earlier spawned Tropical Storm Lee.
    • Texas has been plagued by its worst drought in at least 6 decades.
    • Fire Management Details(Texas Forest Service, TFS)
      • Date: Monday, September 5, 2011
      • National Preparedness Level: 3
      • Southern Area Preparedness Level: 3
      • TFS Preparedness Level: 5
    • Fire Stats
      • Total Number of Fires YTD: 18,719
      • Acres burned: 3,533,805 [“That’s roughly the size of Connecticut.” Rick Perry said.]
      • Structures Destroyed by Fire: 2,897 [FEWW Estimate: 3,600]
      • Fires since yesterday: 63 new fires consume 32,936 acres, including 22 new large fires
      • Fires in the past 7 days: TFS has responded to 179 fires for 74,186 acres.
      • 476 homes have been destroyed by Bastrop County Complex fire, according to Bastrop County Emergency Management Center.
      • At least 5,000 people have been forced to abandon their homes.
      • The 25,000-acre Bastrop Complex Fire near Austin is currently zero-percent contained.
      • Wildfires in East Texas have consumed at least 2,000 acres, killing a woman and her baby and destroying more than a dozen homes, a report said.

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