South Lake Tahoe Evacuated As Threat From Caldor Fire Grows
It was a traffic nightmare in the California tourist destination of South Lake Tahoe on Monday for thousands of people getting out of town under mandatory evacuations from the Caldor Fire.
A red flag warning in effect there means conditions are ripe for extreme fire activity throughout the day.
Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Ezra David Romero, a climate reporter for KQED, who has been out talking with folks near the fire.
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