los angeles - The vast nature fire in California has demanded a second life. Fire brigade commander Ken Pimlott announced Thursday that one of his employees died during work. He did not make any statements about the circumstances.
Earlier, a 70-year-old woman died from the firewings that broke out a week and a half ago between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. She was killed in the flight for the flames in her car.
The fire, called 'Thomas Fire', is now the fourth largest in size in California since 1932. According to the authorities, an area of almost 1000 square kilometers with 900 buildings has been destroyed. In October 2003, more than 1100 square kilometers were burned in the San Diego region. Then there were fifteen deaths.