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Follow ➡️ @cnnclimate ➡️ The Dixie Fire wiped out much of the Greenville community in Northern California when it swept through at alarming speed on Wednesday. “Within two hours, our town was gone,” Greenville resident Teresa Clark told KXTV. “We were sitting outside town about a mile away, and you could hear propane tanks just exploding.” The climate crisis is making more destructive wildfires increasingly common. The Dixie Fire is one of 12 large active fires in California that have seared more than 475,000 acres so far, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.


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  1. Man can we just cut the crap and get to how much climate change 🙄is gonna cost the tax payer and what freedoms we will lose to save the planet 🤷🏿‍♂️

  2. I wish it was a movie non a reality! Prayers to everyone and wishing the firefighter to stay safe and gratitude for the hard work they have always done!

  3. Our prayers are with all affected by this climate disaster. People of Turkey, Italy, Greece and US are suffering from this devastated wild fires. God bless them.

  4. See Trump is not y’all’s savior. Anyways so let’s see what Donald Trump will do to help y’all. Don’t worry Biden will help you all more even if you hate the guy.

  5. I’m sorry…. Did you just say she heard propane tanks exploding then said this is a climate crisis? What the fuckery? God you guys really aren’t hiding it are ya! 🤦🏻‍♀️


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