Indian Valley Fire Case Study

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According to the Ron Dehart, a U.S. Forest Service spokesman, The Sierra Nevada fire has burned through 62,000 acres, approximately 97 square miles of territory in the last week. As of late Sunday, an unoccupied summer home, a trailer, and a shed have been reported to be wrecked in the fire. The speed of that the fire spread resembles what cold in a public school looks like. More than 2,700 firefighters worked through the night to resist the wildfire that blackened nearly 100 square miles of the northern Sierra Nevada Valley. In a small town of Frank’s Valley, only a few were removed from their houses late Sunday night. Around 100 people in the North Arm of Indian Valley and other small communities evacuated last Sunday. Residents of Genesee

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