Missed opportunities on the Station Fire

The Los Angeles Times was the first news organization to point out that the U. S. Forest Service had a less than aggressive suppression effort in place on the morning of the second day of the fire that eventually burned 160,000 acres and claimed the lives of two firefighters in southern California. On Saturday afternoon they ran another in their series of articles, uncovering more damning details, including quotes from firefighters who were on the scene. Check it out HERE.

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