‘Heavenly’ chimney fires are expected to flare up in Texas, Florida, California, New York and Florida as wildfires continue to burn in the southern United States

A new fire raging in Southern California has been dubbed the “Holy Grail” of wildfires, and it could start sparking new ones in other parts of the state as early as this week.

A National Weather Service forecast released Friday said the blaze in the Los Angeles area, known as the Chimney Flue Cap Fire, is expected to burn for several days, possibly as late as Sunday.

Firefighters are still battling a massive blaze burning on a steep slope near Santa Clarita, where a major power outage in recent weeks has caused power outages for more than 200,000 people.

“It’s the Holy Grail,” said Steve Pogue, a volunteer firefighter who’s spent the past three days fighting the fire near Santa Ana.

“It could be a lot of fire.

We’re trying to fight it, but we’re also trying to stop it from spreading.”

Pogue said the fire is a “massive” fire that’s expected to consume as much as 1,000 acres of farmland and is threatening hundreds of structures.

“This fire is the biggest in Los Angeles history,” he said.

The blaze is the worst in the U.S. since the devastating 2003 Super Bowl-storming wildfire that destroyed thousands of homes and destroyed much of the Los Angels, Santa Monica and Long Beach area.

When chimney fires break out at the Irish chimney company: A ‘horrific’ experience

An incident last month when a gas fireplace chimnet at the French gas company Suez ignited a blaze that destroyed one of its chimneys has left the Irish gas company, Chimney Flue, with the unfortunate experience of having to evacuate a third of its employees, according to a new report.

The incident occurred on April 30 and saw an explosion in the roof of one of the company’s chimneys at the O’Donnell’s estate in Dublin.

The fire then spread to a second chimney which caught fire and then the third chimney.

Suez’s fire chief, Jean-Francois Cusan, has since been sacked.

He said that when the fire broke out the fire safety committee was contacted and a fire engine arrived and went out to the chimney fire, which was being extinguished, in order to make sure the building was safe.

However, when the engine arrived, the fire brigade did not arrive.

Mr Cusangos said he thought it was the fire crews fault as the chimneys were being extinguished that morning.

In a statement Chimney Fire said that a second alarm was given and it immediately informed the management company.

“The management company immediately notified the relevant authorities and the fire department and the chiming company was immediately placed under the direct control of the fire brigades,” the statement said.

“In this case, we were notified by Suez.”

Chimney Flouues response is to be seen as very professional, with a fire brigade arriving within 20 minutes of the first alarm.

“Chimneys at French gas giant Suez are seen on display in Paris, France, on September 25, 2017.

Sébastien Perennier/ReutersA spokesperson for Suez said: “The chimney service is under our management and the safety of the chimnelling workforce is of paramount importance.

At this stage, it would not be appropriate to comment further.

“The incident comes as the Irish government prepares to launch its own investigation into the chimthing company.