The gender exposure of the California wildfire that has so far destroyed 7,050 acres of land 40 miles northeast of Palm Springs began during the party.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said Sunday night a smoke-producing pyrotechnic device caused the fire.
Devices are sometimes used to emit blue or pink smoke to announce the sex of a blue-eyed baby.
The blaze started at 10:23 a.m. Saturday, and 527 people, including 10 firefighters, are currently trying to stop the blaze, they said.
It stretches from El Dorado Ranch Park in the north to Yucca Ridge. The peak separates Mountain Home Village and Forest Falls from the city of Yukaipa.
Gender Reveal Party launches El Dorado wildfire on Saturday morning, confirmed
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says gender reveal party put out fires Sunday night
A wildfire is pictured moving up the San Bernardino National Forest hill on Sunday
Fires spread rapidly north from the point where El Dorado Ranch Park began up the Yucaipa Ridge
North of El Dorado Ranch Park, fire spreads to Yucca Ridge and San Bernardino National Forest
Movement orders in force for Oak Glen, Yukaipa Ridge, Mountain Home Village and Forest Falls communities
No injuries were reported. A bu building collapsed on Saturday, The desert sun Reported, but no other damage was reported as of Sunday afternoon.
The magazine said about 30 houses were on fire.
There are evacuation orders to the Oak Glen, Yukaipa Ridge, Mountain Home Village and Forest Falls communities.
The fire service said an evacuation warning was now in place for the Yukaipa bench area.
Residents say they can move to the Yukaipa Community Center as a temporary evacuation facility.
Firefighters are using 60 fire engines and four helicopters to douse the flames with water.
“Call Fire reminds people that with dry conditions and critical fire weather, it doesn’t take long to start a wildfire,” the press release said.
‘Those responsible for starting fires due to negligence or illegal activities should be held financially responsible and criminally liable.’
Satellite images on Saturday gave the impression of an El Dorado fire, which launched a gender exposure party
El Dorado fire wipes out more than 7,000 acres in San Bernardino National Forest near Oak Glen
Helicopters, planes and more than 60 fire trucks are used by 527 firefighters.
Firefighting area specially designed fire retardants to suffocate sparks
Helicopters were also used, pouring gallons of water on the fire in an attempt to contain the blaze
Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency as a series of wildfires devastated his state
California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency on Sunday in five counties, including San Bernardino County, due to the El Dorado fire, which continues to be ‘very active’ due to dry vegetation, steep terrain and hot weather. Area.
Authorities are asking residents to heed evacuation warnings and passengers to stay away from the fire area.
“The firefighters we do should focus on firefighting operations, not on managing people,” fire officials said in a U.S. press release issued Sunday.
The El Dorado Fire is currently two miles from the site where the Apple Fire destroyed 33,000 acres last month.
Fire officials said Peter could have entered the El Dorado fire ‘burn scar’ and been out.
On July 31, Apple Fire, a 95 percent weekly Apple Fire, ignited the diesel vehicle ‘releasing burning carbon from the exhaust system’.
Area temperatures near Yukaipa are expected to cross 110 degrees as southern California sinks in the heat wave.
Temperatures rose to 122 degrees Celsius in Palm Springs on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service on Sunday.
The fire service said 527 people were working to contain the blaze, which benefited from the Tinder-dry conditions.
Across California, there are firefighters Currently fighting 23 wildfires, Has destroyed 1.6 million acres so far.
Nearly 15,000 firefighters are working to contain the blaze and are fighting against record temperatures in the state.