The blaze burned 250 square miles, two firefighters were killed

U.S. Forest Service retirees claim an internal investigation into last year’s deadly Angeles National Forest wildfire ignored critical errors.

The group wants a wider, independent probe into the handling of the blaze that burned about 250 square miles, killed two firefighters and destroyed 89 homes last summer.

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Inspirational Quotes

Farrel: "The house being gone is just about like having, you know, someone you love, a relative, that was just there all the time, but they've died." Allison: "It's kind of like a death in the family. It's gone and you can't get it back."

Farrel and Debbie Allison, Greenburg KS Resident, Episode 3; Greensburg

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...had it not been for CARe's workshops, we shudder to think what the end result would have been for us in dealing with the aftermath of the fire and particularly the insurance company....the kindness and GENUINE "CARing" (!), their incredible bank of knowledge, and consistent support is almost beyond comprehension. We hope to be able to pass this same caring and "know-how" on to future victims (God forbid) when the need arises.

2003 Cedar Fire Survivor, San Diego CA