SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Cailf. (KOLO) Its been ten years since the Angora Fire burned 3,100 acres and destroyed hundreds of homes in South Lake Tahoe. On the ground, things look almost normal. But look up, and the scars of the Angora fire are clearly visible, proving that restoring a charred forest to its natural beauty takes much longer than a decade.
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