Crawford's team of adjusters mobilize as California wildfires cause devastation
The Mendocino Complex fire in Northern California holds the record for largest wildfire in California history. The fire started on Friday, July 27 and increased drastically on Monday due to the dry air and windy conditions.
A state of emergency was declared in California, triggering government assistance to the affected areas. Experts state that the fire blazed through 443 sq miles, destroying homes and buildings. Thousands of people have been displaced due to the continuous fires, and mandatory evacuations are still in place in Mendocino, Lake, and Colusa counties. Even with the additional assistance, responders were only able to contain 30 percent of the fire as of Tuesday morning.