Site icon YCNews

Affected by strong winds, tens of thousands of households in Southern California, the United States, have cut off electricity.

Affected by strong winds, tens of thousands of households in Southern California, the United States, have cut off electricity.

On December 3rd local time, wildfires spread near Orange County, California, United States. The picture shows the plane rushing to the fire to sprinkle water for rescue.

January 19th, local time, due to the increased risk of wildfires in Santa Ana, the Southern California Edison Power Company cut off power services in some areas.

At present, more than 55,000 households are affected by power outages, and another 250,000 user residents may also face power outages. Previously, most parts of Los Angeles County had issued a red flag warning of high fire danger, which would last until the 20th local time.

It is reported that the wind gusts of Santa Ana will peak on the night of the 19th, with a maximum wind speed of 144 kilometers per hour in some areas and gradually weakening on the 20th.

Meanwhile, affected by the strong wind, Orange County officials announced the closure of the coronavirus vaccination site in Disneyland Resort on the 19th.

Exit mobile version