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Colorado residents face power outage amid strong winds and high wildfire threat

A power company in Colorado on Saturday announced that it will suspend power to about 55,000 customers as strong winds battered the state.

Xcel has urged customers in Colorado, who utilize medical equipment that it depends on, to take precautions in case of prolonged power outages.(Unsplash)
Published on Apr 07, 2024 05:32 PM IST
ByShweta Kukreti

Texas Panhandle is still scorching over 1.2 million acres

The largest wildfire in Texas' history has ravaged the region, killing two people, destroying hundreds of structures, and wiping out thousands of cattle.

A cow stands near a spot fire, likely from one of the recent deadly wildfires, fueled by high winds near Canadian, Texas, U.S., March 2, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis(REUTERS)
Published on Mar 05, 2024 07:44 AM IST

Texas netizens hail much-needed snowfall amid wildfires as ‘a gift from God’

A layer of precipitation & snow poured over the Texas Panhandle, assisting firefighting crews in reducing the growth of the state's largest wildfire in history.

Amid raging wildfires, Texans viewed the sudden snowfall and and rainfall as a “gift from God”.(X@chiIIum)
Published on Mar 02, 2024 05:32 PM IST
ByShweta Kukreti

Texas is still burning, deadly wildfire claims two lives

Smokehouse Creek fire, the most destructive wildfire in Texas history, claims 2 lives and engulfs vast areas in the Panhandle and Oklahoma.

Texas emergency crews were struggling February 29 to contain the largest wildfire in the US state's history, with the blaze killing at least two people and scorching a million acres as it raged out of control. (Photo by J. Griffin / Texas A&M Forest Service / AFP)(AFP)
Updated on Mar 02, 2024 07:21 AM IST

Texas struggles to contain the Smokehouse Creek fire, burns a million acres

Smokehouse Creek fire becomes the largest in Texas' history, second largest in US history, consuming over a million acres including ranch, cattle and more.

A cow that was killed by the Smokehouse Creek wildfire lays on a cattle guard, outside of Canadian, Texas, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Nick Oxford/File Photo(REUTERS)
Updated on Mar 01, 2024 07:26 AM IST
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