audio by location san diego ca
Southern California continues engulfed in catastrophic wildfires that have already claimed lives and caused the largest evacuation in the state history. How are fire victims being helped? What’s the risk of similar disasters elsewhere? How are the warning systems working? What are the long-term effects of the tons of ashes in the air?
Guests: Manuel Ocaño, news correspondent, San Diego, CA; Enrique Morones, coordinator, Border Angels, San Diego, CA; Franceska Ramos, Spokesperson, Federal Emergency Management Administration - FEMA, Pasadena, CA; Jeanne García, spokesperson, Office of Emergency Services, State of California, Pasadena, CA; Dr. Sarah Otterstrom, member of board of directors, Association for Fire Ecology, Ventura, CA.
60:05 minutes (55.01 MB)