For San Diego, California, Preparation Plays Paramount Role During Recent Wildfires (ArcNews Online)

In 2003, the human-caused Cedar Fire struck the San Diego, California, area and torched more than 270,000 acres, destroying approximately 2,000 homes and killing 14 people. In the aftermath of this disaster, local area government officials came together to carefully assess how agencies could learn from this event to more effectively respond when the next major catastrophe occurs.


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