California has been suffering from severe wildfires which have claimed countless structures and several lives. Thousands upon thousands have been evacuated — the Carr Fire alone has driven almost 40,000 people out of their homes and has killed a grandmother and her two grandchildren, as well as two firefighters.
The fires are also prevalent in Colorado and Oregon, and millions of acres are going up in flames as residents flee to safety.
The death toll from the devastating fire in Greece has now surpassed the staggering number of 90 — most died from the fire, some died attempting to escape. The country has been mourning their loss. Sweden has also suffered from a streak of fires.
Featured image: A car passes through flames on Highway 299 as the Carr Fire burns through Shasta, Calif., Thursday, July 26, 2018. Fueled by high temperatures, wind, and low humidity, the blaze destroyed multiple homes and at least one historic building. | AP Photo/Noah Berger
Luke Ryan is a SOFREP journalist in Tampa, FL. He is a former Team Leader from 3rd Ranger Battalion, having served four deployments to Afghanistan. He grew up overseas, the son of foreign aid workers, and lived in Pakistan for nine years and Thailand for five.
He has a degree in English Literature and loves to write on his own as well, working on several personal projects.