Some Washington state wildfire evacuees return to singed neighborhoods
ELLENSBURG, Wash. (MCT) — Four days into the worst wildfire to hit Kittitas County, Wash., in years, residents are settling into a new reality: The Taylor Bridge blaze and its consequences will be with them for some time.
A handful of evacuees finally left hotels and shelters Thursday and slowly returned to singed neighborhoods. Some who lost homes or saw sheds and vehicles torched began the painful work of connecting with insurance adjusters.
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