SoCal Fire is Reminder Worst Could be Ahead

 Wednesday, September 26, 2012

 Insurance Journal

A 4-square-mile wildfire in a rural San Diego County community has destroyed roughly a dozen homes and has left one man dead, a sober reminder the state has a large number of high risk homes and that Southern California’s peak wildfire season is almost here. The Shockey Fire had forced the community of Tierra del Sol to remain under evacuation orders, with a total of about 80 homes evacuated at the fire’s height. Those evacuations ended Tuesday afternoon. “As of 4 o’clock we let residents return to Tierra del Sol,” said Mike Mohler, a captain with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, also known as Cal Fire.
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