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While wildfires may have historically been contained to the West, much of the Southwest, Midwest and Western United states are now experiencing severe drought conditions. 4.5 Million U.S. homes have been identified as being at high risk of wildfire, and on average, more than 2,500 homes in the U.S. are destroyed every year due to wildfires1.
Learn more about this type of natural disaster by reviewing the information and statistics below.
Wildfires are one of the many forms of natural disasters. Want to learn more about this important topic?