Out of control fires in California are rapidly spreading, driving many individuals to be emptied, authorities say.
A blend of high temperatures and dried land has added to the challenges of firefighters.
Around 17 fires fanned by solid winds are seething over the length and broadness of the US express, all in various phases of control.
The flames are particularly awful in Santa Barbara County where one is crossing a region of more than 35 sq mi (93 sq km).
A great many firefighters have been conveyed, from the Six Rivers National Forest in the north to the San Bernardino Forest east of Los Angeles. A few wounds have been accounted for and various homes crushed.
Forecasters have cautioned that temperatures are probably going to stay high with the elderly and youngsters specifically risk.
Air quality is accounted for to be recognizably poorer in ranges inland from Los Angeles.
California is frequently hit by out of control fires right now of the year.
The flames have been fanned by low humidity, high temperatures and a strong breeze
Some residents have taken the precaution of covering their vehicles with fire retardants
California is now being hit by “dangerous and potentially life-threatening heat”, authorities say
Smoke from various fires can be seen across the state, with concern rising about air quality in some areas