Ohioans headed to west to help victims in California wildfires

Ohioans headed to west to help victims in California wildfires | #ESC_LLC #FireFighters #California #Fires | Ohioans are headed in the direction of wildfires in California that have taken lives and destroyed thousands of homes and property.

In northern California, the Campfire is burning 113,000 acres. The U.S. Forest Service says only 25% of the fire has been contained. (Scroll down please)

Todd James with the American Red Cross is one Ohioan headed west to help fire victims.

“So far we estimate that about 64 hundred homes have been destroyed. There’s still another 15 thousand or more homes in danger that’s just in the northern California area,” said James.

The Red Cross said people who want to help can donate money by calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the word CAWILDFIRES to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

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Additional headlines regarding the status of the fires raging in California:

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Wildfire Becomes Deadliest in California History: click here.

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NEW CALIFORNIA FIRE SPREADING RAPIDLY IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY: click here.