Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park appears to have avoided the KNO wildlife complex and seemed to be safe. Almost 2,000 firefighters were struggling to control and put out the fire at the Sequoia National Park in California.
Thanks to the group of firefighters and the fire management strategies of the Sequoia National Park, the Giant Forest is now safe from the wildfire complex.
Nearly 2,000 firefighters were struggling Sunday to gain the upper hand over the KNP wildfire complex in Sequoia National Park in California. While it appears the Giant Forest has evaded the flames thanks to long-term fire management strategies in the park, crews were working to protect the Muir Grove from the fire.
Southern Area Blue Team Operations Chief Jon Wallace announced Sunday morning that firefighters had made enough progress along the lines near Ash Mountain in Sequoia National Park to declare some containment of the blaze.