The West Virginia Fire is a fire that has been raging for over a month now and is now burning at a rate of 4,500 acres per hour.
The fire has destroyed hundreds of homes and forced the evacuation of thousands of people.
On the ground, we are seeing the effects of the fire, which has been burning since late August.
According to the West Virginia Department of Emergency Management (WVDEM), more than 2,200 structures have been destroyed or damaged.
More than 6,300 structures have also been damaged.
The fire started near Lake Arrowhead in the town of West Virginia.
It has destroyed thousands of structures in the community.
In some cases, homes have been reduced to rubble.
It has burned through much of the area around the Lake Arrowtons.
Some residents have said the fire is killing them and that it has forced them to move.
The flames are reaching their peak on Saturday night, which is when the winds picked up and forced a new evacuation order.
According to WVDEM, at least two helicopters are helping to evacuate people, which are currently at the lake.
The agency is urging people to take shelter in place, to avoid the area as much as possible.
West Virginia is home to the Appalachian Trail, one of the most popular hiking trails in the world.
West Virginians are urging people not to go camping.
“We urge people to leave and to stay away from any and all activities in the area,” said WVDEM, “especially when the flames are getting closer and the wind picks up.
The only way you can protect yourself from the flames is by staying at your own personal safety zones.”
West Virginia has a lot of history, history in terms of fire.
The state was founded in 1635 by John Brown and John Randolph.
The first settlers in the state were people from Kentucky and Virginia.
In 1814, the federal government declared the state a state.
As of last year, the state had more than 12,000 fires burning in West Va.
People from all over the country are trying to help out the West Virginians affected by the fires.
Here is a list of some places to stay in the impacted area.
For more information about the fire and the evacuations, visit the WV Department of Environmental Management’s Facebook page.