[text / observer Wang Kaiwen] California, which is ravaged by the new crown epidemic, has been enveloped by extreme heat and mountain fires recently. What’s more, under the record breaking high temperature weather, the local power system is overwhelmed and millions of families are faced with power failure in turn. Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, declared a state of emergency on August 18. Trump attributed the spread of the fire to the California government’s disobedience to his advice, the failure to clean up the leaves in time, and threatened to “pay the price” to California. < p > < p > according to CNN and AP on August 21, the wildfires in Northern California have killed at least five people. It includes a working power company employee and a helicopter pilot on a fire-fighting mission. Jeremy Rahn, a spokesman for the California fire department, said 11000 lightning strikes occurred in California in 72 hours. Officials said there were 367 fires in the state, of which 26 were major ones. Tens of thousands of local residents have been asked to evacuate, but some refuse to enter community centers where they can temporarily settle down. Cheryl Jarvis, 69, is one of them. Worried that too many people in the community center would lead to the spread of the new crown epidemic, Jarvis and his daughter chose to sleep in a Toyota car. According to Johns Hopkins University epidemic data, as of August 21, California has more than 652000 new crown confirmed cases, ranking first among all States in the United States. Solano state prison in California is located in Vacaville, a fire-stricken area. However, the prison does not intend to evacuate prisoners, but rather distributes N95 masks to them and staff to block the polluted air. < / P > < p > smoke and ash polluted the air hundreds of kilometers around the fire area and increased the risk of local residents. The U.S. Lung Association warned on the 20th that the spread of new coronavirus has greatly exacerbated the health hazards of smoke and extreme heat, because inhaling soot can make the lungs of patients with new coronavirus more vulnerable and damage the defense ability of healthy people. In the face of uncontrollable wildfires, U.S. President trump threw the pot on local officials. In a speech on the 20th, he accused California of not cleaning up the leaves. < / P > < p > “you have to clean up your forest, there are many years of accumulated leaves and broken trees, they are very flammable, just a little bit. I told them for three years, but they didn’t listen “There’s another big fire in California, and maybe we’ll make them pay because they don’t listen to us,” trump said In response to trump’s comments, California Governor John Newson said: “just today, the president of the United States threatens California, a place of 40 million people, to defuse our efforts to extinguish wildfires. He says that we have not dealt with enough leaves. You can’t make it up. ” At the same time, a rare heat wave is attacking the west coast of the United States. CBS Los Angeles channel said record breaking hot days hit at least seven parts of California on August 18. In addition, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on the 18th that it would set up an expert group to verify the high temperature of 54.4 ℃ on August 16 in death valley, California. Once verified, this will be the highest temperature recorded on earth since 1931 and the third highest temperature observed on earth since records. < p > < p > < p > extreme high temperature days have also overburdened California’s power system. The California power system authority estimated on the 17th that 3.3 million households would face rotating blackouts. This is a 20-year interval since the 2001 energy crisis in California. < / P > < p > some Tesla owners in California have also been informed that they should try not to use super charging or charging at home between 4pm and 9pm, so as to help relieve the pressure on electricity.