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California Code, Public Resources Code - PRC § 4104

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The term “uncontrolled fire,” as used in this division, means any fire which threatens to destroy life, property, or resources and either:  (1) is unattended by any person;  (2) is attended by persons unable to prevent its unrestricted spread;  or (3) is burning with such velocity or intensity that it could not be readily controlled with those ordinary tools available to private persons at the fire scene.

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