Military helicopter airlifted 63 people to safety in California after getting trapped by the Creek Fire

2 individuals are seriously harmed after handful of people airlifted to a safe place in northern California when they got caught by the Creek Fire. Roughly 150 individuals were shielding set up at Mammoth Pool Boat Launch in the Sierra National Forest when the developing fire affected their departure course. Starting late Saturday night, 63 of the casualties had been saved by military choppers and taken to nearby medical facilities for assessment and therapy. Two patients were tagged as seriously harmed, 10 reasonably and the other 51 had minor or no wounds.

The campgrounds close to the Mammoth Pool Reservoir were under a clearing request however authorities said that individuals couldn’t leave because of the blast. The Creek Fire lighted on Friday evening and has overwhelmed 36,000 acres of vegetation starting at soon after 12 PM on Sunday. Around 450 firemen are fighting the fire with help from two choppers and three air tankers.