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Law enforcement to review Angora fire response

Law enforcement and fire officials will review their response to the Angora fire, possibly this week.

It’s standard procedure after a major disaster, and discussion regarding what went well and what can be improved will be addressed, according to El Dorado County sheriff’s Lt. Marty Hackett.

“We’re right now starting to get a chance to look at what took place from start to finish,” said Hackett, head of the county’s Office of Emergency Services.

“We think things went exceptionally well,” he added.

Hackett did not say what could be improved, preferring to wait until the officials convened and everybody has a chance to present their facts.

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