Homeowners are at greater risk as wildfires fuelled by climate change expand in magnitude.

She and her husband could feel the heat of the fire as they put their three dogs into vehicles and sped away from their home of 25 years after just taking a few things.

More than 500 homes were engulfed in flames and blazing embers the size of basketballs that night.

California has been in the news a lot in recent years because of fires like these, but it's just one of many states where residents are facing an increasing wildfire threat.

Which is expected to grow exponentially in the years ahead, according to a new report released Monday by the First Street Foundation.

The report examines the findings of a first-of-its-kind wildfire risk model built in a public-private partnership by the non-profit foundation and its partners.

The program calculates the risk of each property based on a variety of factors, including the kind of property, building materials, geography, and proximity to previous fires.

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