More than 84,000 acres in California’s San Bernardino County were burned or on fire yesterday, but damage from the blazes, did not reach the level of an insurance catastrophe, according to the Insurance Services Office.

“We haven’t hit a cat yet. The fire has not impacted a significant number of vehicles or buildings,” commented Christopher Guidette, a spokesperson for ISO, the parent of Property Claims Services, which keeps tabs on insured losses.

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