7 State facing the United States,

7 State facing the United States,

Chelmsford : United Kingdom | Jun 29, 2011 at 9:50 AM PDT
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Arizona fire burns national forest

That "miscalculation" 21 reported that the U.S. central and southwest facing seven states, "a great forest fire danger," leading to strong winds fueled fires Kuangshao, Arizona has more than 10,000 people were forced to evacuate .

U.S. Weather Bureau, said Arizona and New Mexico have issued a red alert, which means that the local is under the ravages of fire, or is about to face the threat of forest fires. Cable News Network (CNN) reported, including other high-risk states are Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.

Arizona forest fire from burning began on June 12 and Sunday from 1,700 households to evacuate areas near the southern town of . Strong local winds blowing up to 96 kilometers per hour, resulting in continued Kuangshao fire for several days.

Cochise County police spokesman, said the past few days, fire has resulted in 4300 more than 10,000 households to evacuate to safer areas. So far, the fire caused no serious casualties, but 44 houses were burned.

In eastern Arizona, where fire has been burning for three weeks, New Mexico Luna's 200 residents have received evacuation orders, ready to flee their homes.

Since there are only a few weeks the rainy season, weather experts say, Arizona and New Mexico will continue to face dry and windy weather, firefighters expected to have some time with the fire fight.

Arizona and New Mexico authorities are still investigating the cause of forest fires, however, believe that these local fires are caused by human factors.

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