DC Home Featured in Oprah Magazine Lost in Massive Fire

When we think about someone losing their home to a tornado or to a fire, most of us picture a middle class family in the middle of Kansas, with a few small children, staring blankly at the spot where their home once stood. Toys are strewn on the front lawn and the parents pick through the wreckage to find family photos or a piece of cherished crystal. But disasters know no bounds and happen just as frequently to the country’s most exclusive neighborhoods – for example the Malibu and Santa Barbara wildfires, or hurricanes that swept through beach front resorts

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