Firefighters sleep in cold tents as temperature drops in California

Exhausted firefighters in California, USA, have to sleep in cold tents after a long day's painstaking work of fighting wildfires that have raged for over a week. In the Ventura County where one of the three major fires, the Hill Fire, has engulfed some 4,000 acres of land, nearly 4,000 firefighters are stationed there. At one of the campsites in Freedom Park, tens of thin tents swaying in the strong wind. As the temperature drops to around ten degrees Celsius after sunset these days, firefighters have to endure the long cold night after a tough day. The wind makes the conditions even worse. The outdoor dining hall is almost empty even during breakfast time.