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When we think about all the ways a fire can start, almost anything can provide the right combination for a dangerous outbreak. We usually first think of the more ‘typical’ fire starters: unattended candles, carelessly tossed cigarettes, faulty electric panels, and outlets. But the truth is that fires can ignite from unlikely sources, and it’s best to have protective measures in place, just in case. One of the ‘fire starters’ that is somewhat off the grid but can wreak havoc is lightning.

If there's one tragedy that has occurred in our recent history that captured the attention of the whole world, it would be the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral. It was on April 15, 2019, that an unfortunate chain of events contributed to this architectural catastrophe. As the world watched this amazing structure go up in flames, our collective hearts broke. Thankfully, no deaths occurred from this fire, but the loss was monumental. As we look at this fire, we can learn some lessons from the events that contributed to it.

One of the most incredible things about America is that is an amazing place for artists to grow. America is known for its creativity and individuality, which clearly caters to an artistic spirit. There are many places in our country where artist communities thrive, and artists are known for being each other's strongest cheerleaders. It's nothing new for artist colonies to spring up, and New York City has always been a place where artists of all kinds can thrive. However, when these communities spontaneously come together, it often happens in places that are somewhat 'unofficial' and go under the radar as far as legal and building requirements. This isn't just a threat to those who live there but to everyone in the surrounding neighborhoods.  And that is exactly what happened in the Ghost Ship Tragedy in California.

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