Three Rivers, CA (AP) — The California highway that connects visitors to two of the world’s largest sequoia trees remains closed, leaving crew vulnerable to wildfires, droughts, illnesses, or age. You can remove more than 10,000 trees that have turned into.
The fire shuts down the highway and keeps it closed after the flames are extinguished, allowing the crew to cut down trees and mow branches.
Officials at Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park said trees could fall into people and cars on Friday.
The highway connects General Sherman’s tree, which is considered to be the largest in volume in the world, with the orchard, home of General Sherman’s tree, the second largest tree in the world.
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