Wildfire season is here: Would your home be saved or left to burn?
BLACK DIAMOND, Wash.-- "You've got trees right up against this house," says Bradley Joyce, who is in training with Mountain View Fire and Rescue and assessing the fire threat at this run-down home in rural southeastern King County. "A lot of fuels to burn right up against the house here." He points out classic examples of what not to do as fire season begins in earnest.