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After the wine country fires, changes to emergency response are in store




CalFire firefighter Trevor Smith battles the Tubbs Fire on October 12, 2017 near Calistoga, California.
CalFire firefighter Trevor Smith battles the Tubbs Fire on October 12, 2017 near Calistoga, California.
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Sunday marked the six-month anniversary of the devastating wine country fires in Northern California. The blazes killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes. Now some changes are being made in hopes to avoid that kind of destruction in the future.

KQED's Marisa Lagos spent five months investigating what happened when the fires hit Northern California and now she's looked into the changes that are in store

So what new policies are going into effect?



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