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Of the various types of wildfires, including forest, brush, and urban fires, it is urban wildfires that generally consume more structures, more vehicles, and more industrial items, and are in much closer proximity to inhabited structures, which means they are the type of fires adjusters would most likely see more of. As such, urban wildfire smoke is generally hotter when it contacts structures and contains more chemicals, making them problematic.

A History of Wildfires

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