An Emergency Management Coordinator in Bastrop County recounted his experience during the wildfire that struck the county three years ago, KTBC FOX 7 reported on September 5.
According to Mike Fisher, the first 72 hours of the incident were critical for his team, as they attempted to coordinate with other resources on September 4, 2011. Over 1,500 houses were ravaged and two people were killed by the wildfire. The wildfire three years ago also displaced thousands of people in the area. Fisher is looking forward to the recovery of Bastrop State Park; he stated that three million native seedlings would be planted over the next three years.
Sadly, many Bastrop residents are still affected after losing their homes in the wildfire that struck the county three years ago, and some of them have not received reimbursement they need from insurers. If you are experiencing this, the Bastrop attorneys at Williams Kherkher may advocate for you. Discuss your situation with us today at (800) 639-8460, and learn about your legal options.