By Ireland Waddle
November 15th, 2017
Even though school has just begun, so much has happened in just the short span of three months. During this short span of time there have been three hurricanes within a few days of each other and a huge wildfire that spread all throughout Northern California. Beforehand there was an outbreak of three hurricanes in Florida/Louisiana, Texas, and Puerto Rico, which killed thousands of people.
The hurricanes were so bad that Puerto Rico lost so much that it was apocalyptic. The damage and recovery was so vast that it is still in the process at the moment. Following up after the hurricanes in september a huge wildfire in California broke out on October 14, killing 43 and causing 90,000 to evacuate their homes and belongings. Not only did the fire affect the environment around it, but it also affected far-reaching surroundings because of the rise in pollution from the outbreak. These natural disasters affected the areas that they hit and the whole earth because of the rise in pollution from the fires reaching the ozone layer according to wildfire today. Debri from the hurricane is just piling up, causing many safety and health hazards.
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