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Alexandra Sberneva arrested on suspicion of launching a wildfire in California known as Phonefire

A California wildfire, which may have been caused by an unstable woman, destroyed 100 homes and buildings and burned over 7,000 acres. More than 8,000 people were forced to evacuate, According to reports.

The fawn fire burning north of Reading is said to have been caused by Alexandra Sverneva, 30, who is facing a felony arson charge associated with the flames. According to Fox News.

A Palo Alto woman apparently “behaved absurdly” when she invaded near a quarry in a distant canyon and came out of a brush by the fire, claiming that she needed treatment. California Department of Forestry and Fire Said this week.

Sourverneva had a lighter in her pocket when she was arrested. SF Gate reported.

The woman was invading near a distant canyon when she left the brush, claiming she needed treatment.
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Alexandra Sourverneva
Alexandra Sourverneva had a lighter in her pocket when she was arrested.
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Phonefire contained only 10% as of Saturday, but firefighters sought help from cold weather forecasts and rain forecasts on Monday.



Alexandra Sberneva arrested on suspicion of launching a wildfire in California known as Phonefire

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