SAN ANTONIO – An early morning fire destroyed a trailer on the city’s West Side early Monday morning, the San Antonio Fire Department said. The fire was called at around 7:40 a.m. in the 600 block of North San Eduardo Avenue, not far. of Culebra Road and North General McMullen Drive. Fire officials said a man and his girlfriend were asleep when the woman finally woke up, saying she smelled of smoke. the man told emergency crews that he inhaled a lot of smoke. Paramedics examined him at the scene, SAFD said. At this time, the cause of the blaze is currently not known. Image of the West Side blaze that destroyed a trailer. (KSAT) Copyright 2020 by KSAT – All rights reserved. .
California is joining several other west coast states in issuing a travel advisory for the upcoming holiday season. “It’s not a ban, it’s not a restriction, it’s an opinion. We encourage Californians to stay close to home to avoid non-essential travel to other states, other countries and frankly across the state if it can be avoided, ”said Dr. Mark Ghaly, Secretary of Public Health. California Health and Human Services. In addition to quarantine after entering the state, health officials are asking residents to stay put as much as possible. “I think it’s a good idea, you in particular we have this big wave, we have to be careful and careful. I think it’s going to interrupt a few projects during Thanksgiving and Christmas, ”said Joseph Seamon, from San Fransico. As Thanksgiving approaches, that could mean some holiday plans will be put on hold. “This was going to be our first vacation together, and we can’t. I love my family and that’s why I won’t take any chances that anything may happen to them, said Shelli Barkley, traveler. Officials say they discussed an element of law enforcement, but ultimately opted for an opinion. Hoping that the public will recognize the gravity of the situation and take it seriously. “We have the advice and the guidance for a reason. we believe these are the strategies to keep us and the community safe. It is sobering when people find loved ones infected with serious consequences and even when loved ones die, ”Dr Ghaly added. But some wonder if people will comply. “I don’t think a lot of people will listen to it, but I think it makes sense to have it there for people who need to travel,” said Janine Aspey, Traveler. And at the Palm Springs airport, travelers leaving the Coachella Valley shared their experience. “I think it was pretty safe on the plane, everyone did what they were supposed to do,” said Jon Char, from Bend, Oregon. “You just have to be very vigilant during these times,” Seamon added. .