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In 1993, a wildfire in a dry canyon of Laguna Beach, Ca., raced toward hundreds of nearby homes, giving residents little warning. More than 14,000 acres and 440 homes went up in flames. In a nearby neighborhood, 286 homes were totally destroyed. One home was left standing in the midst of hundreds of piles of ash. Why did this one home survive? The surviving house was built with fire prevention in mind and it worked.
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