Texas has identified 35 bulbs throughout the State. One is 48 km southeast of the capital of the State, Austin. The fatal victims were a mother and her baby. Two people have died and hundreds of homes have been razed by fire with multiple spotlights declared in the State of Texas (EE UU) and fanned by strong winds that brought tropical storm Lee, according to U.S. media.
One of the fires, located only 48 kilometres to the southeast of the State capital, Austin, has destroyed hundreds of houses and still advancing unimpeded on a drought-stricken livestock area. Texas, Jan Amen, forest service spokeswoman said that firefighters are still working on the extinction of the flames in the Bastrop County, where fire has destroyed 300 homes and has ravaged 17,500 acres. According to CNN, some 5,000 residents were evacuated in that area since another 1,000 homes were in danger, while close of 6,000 acres of natural park Bastrop State Park have already been consumed by the flames. This Sunday night is produced first victims, a 20-year-old woman and her baby, a girl of 18 months that remained trapped in their mobile home near the town of Gladewater, in Gregg County. The Texas forest service has identified 35 bulbs statewide that fanned due to low relative humidity and high winds that brought the storm Lee, that it made landfall as a tropical storm and already has weakened to a tropical depression, pointing the channel. Source of the news: two killed and hundreds of houses burnt in a fire with multiple foci in Texas, EE UU