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Interview With Anthony Adams 59th Assembly California – Illegal Immigration Water Shortages Terrorism and Fires

Interview With Anthony Adams 59th Assembly California – Illegal Immigration Water Shortages Terrorism and Fires

Anthony Adams

(Best Syndication News)On October 24th 2007, we sat down to talk to 59th Assembly District Assemblyman Anthony Adams (see video below). We discussed our water shortage problems and solutions. Adams said that this solution will involve a collaborative effort between northern and southern California.

We also discussed the wildfires that were sweeping through southern California. I asked if there was a problem concerning the environmentalists and others who have their own agenda as opposed to the agenda of those living in the wilderness. Adams believes there may be accommodations made on all fronts that helps provide for conservation and the rights of those living in the rural areas.

San Diego Fires Consume Hundreds Of Thousands of Acres – Witch Harris Rice and Poomacha Fires Containment Evacuation

San Diego Fires Consume Hundreds Of Thousands of Acres – Witch Harris Rice and Poomacha Fires Containment Evacuation

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(Best Syndication) Although the wind subsided Thursday, the fires in San Diego County are still threatening homes (See Map Below). The huge 200,000 acre “Witch Fire” is 30 percent contained, but not before the fire consumed 645 homes, 30 commercial properties, and 50 outbuildings. There are nine major wild-fires still burning in San Southern California, and this is a compliation of various agency reports.

In total, the San Diego fires burned 1,400 homes. There are an estimated 8,500 homes still at risk. NBC News reported that there are 7 deaths attributed to the southern California fires. President Bush visited a firefighter base in Escondido Thursday and promised Federal help where needed. The US Forest Service estimates that the cost of the fire to be $5.3 million.

San Bernardino Fires Out Of Control But Today Optimism Prevails – Running Springs Slide and Green Valley Arrowhead Blazes

San Bernardino Fires Out Of Control But Today Optimism Prevails – Running Springs Slide and Green Valley Arrowhead Blazes

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(Best Syndication) There are still two very large fires burning in the San Bernardino Mountains near Lake Arrowhead and Running Springs (See Map below). There appears to be a new outbreak of fire south of the “Grass Valley Fire” closer to Lake Gregory; but the good news is that this fire is not as big of a problem as the “Slide Fire”.

I spoke to Chris Stich with the Forest Service at around 4:30 PM on Thursday. He told me that the “Slide Fire” is much more worrisome than the “Grass Valley Fire”. “The Grass Valley Fire is not going anywhere and is 40 percent contained,” Chris said. It has only burned 1,100 acres compared to the “Slide Fire” which burned 11,000 acres. These figures were from estimates earlier today, and may have change. Chris said the wind could change and the fire could begin to travel in the opposite direction (north).

Santiago Woodland Fire Out Of Control And Only 30 Percent Contained – Trabuco and Silverado Canyon Evacuations

Santiago Woodland Fire Out Of Control And Only 30 Percent Contained – Trabuco and Silverado Canyon Evacuations

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(Best Syndication) The major fire burning in Orange County is still only 30 percent contained and has consumed more than 23,000 acres. The “Santiago Wildland Fire” (See Map Below) is being worked by over 1,000 fire personnel. The blaze has threatened 2,000 homes and displaced 43,000 residents.

Evacuations were ordered for residents off Santiago Canyon Road between Silverado Canyon Road and Live Oak Canyon Road, including the Santiago Estates area and Jackson Ranch Road. Authorities have closed Santiago Canyon road south of the 241 Toll Road to Live Oak Canyon Road. Live Oak Canyon Road and Trabuco Canyon Roads have also been closed. Plano Trabuco road north of Robinson Ranch Road (northbound only) has been closed.

Fatal Accident West of Kiowa Road on Rock Spring Road – Motorcycle Involved Collision in Apple Valley

Fatal Accident West of Kiowa Road on Rock Spring Road – Motorcycle Involved Collision in Apple Valley

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(Best Syndication) On October 24, 2007, at 7:10 p.m., Rene Meza was driving his motorcycle eastbound Rock Springs Road just west of Kiowa Road at approximately 55 miles per hour. David Chapman was driving his Ford Expedition westbound Rock Springs Road just west of Kiowa Road at 40-45 miles per hour.

For unknown reasons, Meza allowed his motorcycle to crossover the painted double yellow lines and travel directly into the path of the approaching Ford Expedition. Subsequently, the front end of the motorcycle collided head on into the front of the Ford Expedition. Upon impact, Meza was ejected off his motorcycle and sustained fatal blunt force trauma.

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