Caldor Fire bears down on fire-prone buildings in South Lake Tahoe
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Caldor Fire bears down on fire-prone buildings in South Lake Tahoe

Lower Echo Lake, United States. 31st Aug, 2021. Trees explode in flames during the Caldor fire near Lower Echo Lake, California on Monday, August 30, 2021. The city of South Lake Tahoe is under evacuation orders. Photo by Peter DaSilva/UPI Credit: UPI/Ala
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In the wake of Hurricane Ida, which made landfall on Sunday in Louisiana, ranking as the fifth-worst hurricane to make landfall in US history, according to BMS’s Andrew Siffert, the industry is also tracking the Caldor Fire.

The fire is heading towards South Lake Tahoe, which, according to Anna Neely, a member of the analytics modeling and research team at TigerRisk, is an area with much “fire-prone” construction.


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