Wildfires are burning through parts of France and California
Starting with France, as it is battling what is being called a "monster" and "ogre-like" wildfire. The blaze, just south of Bordeaux, flared up again on Tuesday forcing more than ten-thousand residents to evacuate.
The fire originally started in July, but had been temporarily brought under control. According to officials, around 1-thousand firefighters and hundreds more reinforcements have been dispatched.
Meanwhile in California, the U.S. state is battling a "firenado" as a bush fire there is being fueled by hot dry winds. The fire started on Wednesday evening, local time, and more than 200 firefighters are battling to get it under control.