How clean-up crews are working to prevent mudslides along HWY 50 ahead of wet weather

With more wet weather on the way, clean-up crews are racing to make more progress in repairing areas damaged by the Caldor Fire. "There's over 400 miles of line we're trying to repair at this moment," said Sarah Wheeler, a spokesperson with the U.S. Forest Service. After a fire, crews must also work to repair damages caused, not only by the flames, but fire suppression efforts, such as dozer line. See more above.

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