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Growing fire threat makes California departments hesitant to help one another

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Nov. 09, 2019

Growing fire threat makes California departments hesitant to help one another

As catastrophic windblown wildfires strike with more frequency, California’s system of mutual aid is under stress, with fire chiefs sometimes hesitant to assist their counterparts or unaware help is needed because of outdated communications.
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