Residents from at least 60 houses were displaced in the Foresta, California after a wildfire reportedly broke out on October 8, an article on abc30 stated.
According to reports, the wildfire that started around 3:00 p.m. along El Portal road has already burned more than 200 acres of vegetation located along the stretch of Highway 140 that separates the Yosemite Arch Rock Entrance and Yosemite View Lodge. The fire prompted the evacuation of several dozen homes. One pilot’s plane went down on the way to aid the containment effort.
Unfortunately, a devastating wildfire also broke out in Bastrop County only several years ago that resulted in thousands of houses being destroyed. If your insurance company is still not releasing the benefits you need to restore your house damaged by Bastrop wildfire, the lawyers at Williams Kherkher may work for you. Contact us for a free consultation today at (800) 639-8460 and find out how we may represent you.